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SOAP actor attribute example

 
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Hello to Everyone,

I'm learning about the SOAP actor and mustUnderstand attributes.

I use the following maretials:
1) The Java EE 5 Tutorial (SAAJ topic) (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19159-01/819-3669/bnbij/index.html)
2) SOAP 1.1 (sections 4.2.2, 4.2.3) (https://www.w3.org/TR/2000/NOTE-SOAP-20000508/)
3) Java Web Services. Up and Running [M. Kalin]

The actor attribute is used by intermediaries that are capable of both receiving and sending messages. As I understand the intermediary is not a simple soap handler but a standalone web service endpoint with its own WSDL.

Unfortunately the sources I use are lack of complete examples. Could someone show the entire working example of a client that sends a message to a receiver through one intermediary? How does an intermediary forwards messages to other receivers?
 
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