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CXF: ReplyTo outbound message is not sent

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Hello CXF-Users,

I have got some problems with the cxf-ReplyTo-function using addressing und security functionality.

An automatically generated CXF-Server (Eclipse: wsdl2java) is working well for inbound messages.
Since the SOAP-message contains a ReplyTo-part, the outbound-Message should be send by server synchronously to the ReplyTo-address.
(The reponse message should not necesserily contain a security part).

I am using Eclipse (Juno Service Release 2) with TCP/IP-Monitor to check localhost (f.e. on port 9201) if the message is going out or not.

I already tried to add some interceptors as described here and here

The result was that the "payload" was modified, but not the address for the outgoing message. Is there anything that should be configured in advance? Is there a thinking error?

Thanks for your reply.

Here is the SOAP-message:



Maybe it is also a problem that the outbound message does not contain the "Address:"-Attribute..?

Thanks a lot.

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