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"Need request soap xml from stub"

 
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Hi,

We have auto generated stub at our client side, which invoke the web service.Now for debugging purpose I want to extract the request soap XML from the stub. Is there any way in which I can do it.

Thanks in advance.
 
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A couple of days ago I had posted the exact same question here; its still there and I have been checking since then but no one replied

 
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If you want the exact text of a SOAP request and the response, use the TCPMON utility included in AXIS toolkits or the SOAPui utility.

SOAPui is even available as a plugin for commone IDEs.

Anybody working with SOAP should be able to apply these tools - so many mysterious bugs become clear when you can see the exact text being sent and the exact response.

Both tools provide for modifying a request and resending it - great for testing error handling.

Bill
 
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