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The char '0xe' after 'M' is not a valid XML character.

 
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I have a web service and I have written an Axis Client for it.

My web service is working on SOAP-UI.

But the client-facade-jar that I have written is throwing following Axis error. It seems it is not at all hitting server and following is returned even before the request reaches the server.



I have generated the client using Eclipse and made changes as per the needs... is there anything to be fixed on my client?
 
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Has it anything to do with this bug ?
 
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Where do the String values that go into the request come from?

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I have logged the arguments/values that I pass to my API/method.

And have tested these arguments in SOAP-UI... they work... but just that they done work with the client.
 
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Well, something is obviously different between your hand created SOAPui request and your client processing of input.

That error talks about a bad character after an 'M' - what in your input has an 'M' character?

In your client, where does that input text come from? Since the UTF8Encoder objected to it we have to wonder what character set your client input is in.

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