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How to get HttpHeaderData - in SOAP Request

 
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Hi,

I would like to know is there any possibility that i can get HTTP Header details in webservice request.

I want to know exactly from which domain the web service has been called? Is there any way that i can capture this from the SOAP request for the webservice.

Thanks in Advance,
Narendra
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

That depends on the SOAP toolkit you're using. E.g., using Axis 1 you could do something like this to get at the HttpServletRequest object:

With Axis 2 it's presumably something similar.
 
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Thanks a lot for throwing some light. I am sure that it will give correct result what am expecting.

Thanks Again,
Narendra
 
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