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From "Murali Konnipati" <>
Subject RE: How to develop a HTTPs-based webservice client
Date Mon, 24 Sep 2007 11:51:34 GMT
Hi Pallewela,

       I am referring to "OperationClient" & "ServiceClient"(methods) for webservice invocation.

       I am sending the SOAP message that i have to send it to our .Net based webservice.
Please check below, and let me know whether i can use the "ServiceClient" to access the webservice.

      <wsse:UsernameToken xmlns:wsse=""
        <wsse:Password  Type="">Ernie</wsse:Password>
    <wsa:To s11:mustUnderstand=1>
  <s11:Body wsu:Id="TheBody">
                    {Any valid JSDL document}

Thanks & Regards,

Murali Krishna K

-----Original Message-----
From: Dumindu Pallewela
To: Apache AXIS C User List
Sent: 9/24/07 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: How to develop a HTTPs-based webservice client

Murali Konnipati wrote:
> Hi Pallewela,
>        Thank you very much for the reply.
>        I have a small doubt, I need to modify the SOAP envelope and
> some custom messages in the SOAP request. For this, i am planning to
> the OperationClient.

This should not be a problem for the HTTPS transport. As Dinesh
pointed out earlier, transport is independent from the client api.

> my  webservice. Please check the same and let me know, which method is
> suitable for the webservice invocation.

What are these *methods* that you are referring to?

BTW, you can try it out and see... it's merely a minor change that
you have to do to your client ;)



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