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Webservice control in weblogic 10.3. How to print a soap request for a client webservice control.

 
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Hi,

We have a webservice control client generated with workshop 10.3. It's working perfectly. For audit pourposes we need to log the soap requests we send to the webservice using it. I couldn't find any documentation about it. How do we log soap requests generated by a webservice client control?

tx in advance!
 
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The metro stack allows you to dump the HTTP transport messages via a flag



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