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javax.xml.ws.soap.SOAPFaultException: The [action] cannot be processed at the receiver

 
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hi,

I am getting this error when I tried to invoke the web services from client created from the WSDL using Metro ws implementation.
I guess the service implemented in Axis2 but am not sure. when I search for this problem I found following hints.


http://java.net/projects/metro/lists/dev/archive/2008-05/message/8

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-4696

can anyone give me the workaround for this ?

thanks in advance

sathees
 
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can anyone help on this ? Ivan Krizsan ?
 
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Hi!

Sathees Tharmarajah wrote:can anyone help on this ? Ivan Krizsan ?


Sorry, I am not familiar with Axis.
Are you able to successfully send requests to the service using, for instance, soapUI?
Best wishes!
 
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NO Ivan, I haven't try with SOAPUI, am not familiar with SOAPUI. I try to find it ..

thanks
sathees
 
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Hi!
There is a free version of soapUI that you can download at http://www.soapui.org
Select soapUI, not soapUI Pro (which is not free).
In soapUI, create a new project and enter the URL of the WSDL of the web service you want to test and sample request(s) will be created.
Fill in the parameter(s) in the request and send it. After having received the response, you can examine the response XML.
Good luck!
 
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thanks Ivan, I will do that, I got it downloaded and found some information about how to use it in your tutorials.

 
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