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somehow it doesnot work. how do i confirm that the acknowledgement is ok?
 
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What are the symptoms? What does the response look like? Are you getting exceptions?
PS. For debugging purposes, you might consider this little utility method useful.
 
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Lasse,
the problem starts with the packages I have imported . I got the SUN's SAAJ package but somehow seems that it is not the wrong one for SOAP Processing or I am doing sth. wrong.
 
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If you want to see exactly what is being sent, there are several utilities for spying on both the request and response, including one I wrote for my SOAP book. You can get it from this page - link at the bottom.
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Brusk, please describe the symptoms (compilation error, stack trace from a runtime exception, XML validation errors, etc.) -- "something wrong" could be anything...
 
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