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Arun Prasath
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hi folks,

i tried to monitor soap using (by running the class in coomand prompt)
org.apache.axis.utils.SOAPMonitor [-u admin] [-w password] [-l axisURL].
but, it is not working properly. And i used java org.apache.axis.utils.tcpmon also. I am not able monitor soap object.
can anyone help me out?
 
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TCPMon generally works fine. How did you run it, and which ports did you use? What happened?
 
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in tcpmon, i gave 9090 for listener port, and 8080 for server port?
 
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That means that the WS runs on port 8080, and that the client that sends the WS request must connect to port 9090. Is that the case?
 
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you are right.
but i have made the client to send the request to port 8080 again.
i think i made a mistake here.
lemme chechk it out.
 
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hi,
i did run the tcpmon.
when the request goes from the client, it goes through the listener port (5001),so i got the soap object for request. but i didn't get the response soap object,(i got some html content on the response side). why so?
 
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That's strange. You're saying that if the client connects directly to the WS on port 8080 it works, and if it goes to the exact same URL on port 5001 -which then sends the request to port 8080- you're getting back HTML? What does the HTML say?
 
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