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Hi,
I am using Apache Axis 1.1 client, and the server is MS SOAP Server.
I want to know how to set SOAPAction. Previously I was using Apache SOAP instead of Axis. I need to port the old code to Axis.
Previously I was using Message.send(destinationURL, saopAction, messageEnvelope).
Is there any equivalent in Axis, or how to send the webservice call from Axis client to MS SOAP Server.
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Ganapathy,S
 
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If you're using the Call class, here's how you can set the SOAPAction header:
 
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Thankyou verymuch Lasse Koskela.
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Ganapathy,S
 
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