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Http 505 version not supported

 
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Hi,

I have configured my web service example and i have deployed it but when i try to test using SoapUI or eclipseSOAP it is giving me version not supported. Any idea what could be the problem?
I am using jboss 4.3.2. My believe is that the jar i am using for jax-ws is not compatible. Any help is appreciated.

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Nitin
 
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Do you get a SOAP fault with versionMismatch as the value code or your service fails and throws an exception during calling.
Please elaborate more by posting the exception or the soap fault
 
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Sorry after a second thought, I remembered that error http 505 means that you are sending Http request with an old http version(I know I am paraphrasing what you have said in the post title), may be you are sending Http request version 0.9 instead of 1.1 or 1.0.
You can check the Http version sent by looking into the raw tab of the soapUI.
 
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I resolved issue by deleting jar from project and changed my app server to glassfish. With jboss i was getting that exception+jars, i am getting different exception in jboss which is not what i was getting orginially.

Thanks for your help.
 
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