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android.os.networkonmainthreadexception

 
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Hello,

I have a jax-ws webservice which I want to call from my android application. The code is mentioned below.



AndroidMainfest File :



I have included ksoap2-android-full-2.1.2.jar too.



But while running this code it shows "android.os.networkonmainthreadexception"

Kindly provide your precious solution to overcome this.

Thanking you.
 
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Hi

Please find the webservice code details which works fine from normal java web application.





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Post the full stack trace. In which line of code does it occur?
 
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Hi,

This issue has been resolved by adding this code in the onCreate method.



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