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Has anyone had this problem . . ?
I have a webservice published uising AXIS. It exposes methods running on a Weblogic 6.1 sp4 server.
I am connecting to the webservice through a Cold Fusion page. When I run my app with the AXIS webservice on a UNIX machine, the return XML strings look fine and everything runs OK. If I run the same code on a Windows 2000 machine, the XML comes back with > and < instead of <>. My app sees these as invalid XML documents and blows -up. I was wondering if there is something I can do when compiling my webservices with AXIS, (or in Cold Fusion or Weblogic) to make it resolve or change the way the entities are handled. Help !!!
 
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Are you able to trace the TCP/IP or HTTP meesage sent between server and client using tools like Axis SOAP monitor or WS Invoker or TCP/IP Tracers ?
That may help you to see what sent forth.
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Balaji
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