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Rashmi Tambe
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Hi all,
I have not understood the behavior of TCP monitor utility of apche axis . axis user guide says -
Now each time a SOAP connection is made to the local port, you will see the request appear in the "Request" panel, and the response from the server in the "Response" panel.

However, i don't see any request/responce xml in the TCP monitor, when i run the client of the web service....how should you monitor the soap messages ?
 
Pavan Panduga
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Hello Rashmi,
after bringing up TCPMonitor you have to add a listen port to listen to the requests,
Listen port# 8081 for instance.
and assuming your servers listering port is 8080(it'll show up in the target host, targetport fields), you have to send your requests to 8081 port now.
for ex. call.setTargetEndPointAddress("http://localhost:8081//axis/servlet/AxisServlet");
or
call.setTargetEndPointAddress("http://localhost:8081//axis/yourService");

Hope this helps,
Pavan
 
Rashmi Tambe
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Ohh.....thanks a lot pavan! it worked.
thanks once again.
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