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Subject Re: SOAP Version
Date Tue, 02 Feb 2010 09:06:24 GMT

Thanks, Ive found the underlying problem, The WSDL2C code generator has 
added an explicit statement to set the SOAP version to 1.1, so even if you 
change it to 1.2 the stub code changes it back. I just changed the stub to 
state 1.2. Im not certain if this is a bug in the WSDL2C code emitter as 
the WSDL binding states 1.2. However thanks for your thoughts.


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02/02/2010 07:46
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Re: SOAP Version

You can obtain the service client struct and from that, you can get the 
axis2 options instance associated with the stub. The set the SOAP version 
to the options. 

svc_client = axis2_stub_get_svc_client(stub, env);
options = axis2_svc_client_get_options(svc_client, env);
axis2_options_set_soap_version(options, env, AXIOM_SOAP12);

This should solve your issue.


On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 5:25 AM, <> wrote:


I have a problem with the SOAP version, with Axis2c as a client (on XP) to 
a WCF service. The WCF Service is a wsHttpbinding with Anonymous 
authentication. (As an aside im using 1.6.0 which I downloaded 2 days ago. 
The binary version appeared to have a problem with the file seperator to 
locate the lib directory, so I took the source, change the file seperator 
in the windows specific elements to "\" compiled it and it allowed it to 
load the http sender.) 

Now down to my problem:- 

1. I get the following in the log file:- 

[Sat Jan 30 23:02:06 2010] [debug] 
..\..\src\core\transport\http\sender\http_transport_sender.c(246) ctx_epr:
[Sat Jan 30 23:02:06 2010] [debug] 
..\..\src\core\transport\http\sender\http_transport_sender.c(805) using 
axis2 native http sender. 
[Sat Jan 30 23:02:06 2010] [debug] 
[Sat Jan 30 23:02:07 2010] [error] 
..\..\src\core\transport\http\sender\http_sender.c(1442) Error occurred in 
[Sat Jan 30 23:02:07 2010] [error] ..\..\src\core\engine\engine.c(179) 
Transport sender invoke failed 
[Sat Jan 30 23:02:07 2010] [error] c:\documents and settings\pdeadman\my 
documents\visual studio 
2008\projects\testaxisclient\testaxisclient\testaxisclient.cpp(92) Stub 
invoke FAILED: Error code: 74 :: Error occurred in transport 

2. I get the following from a network trace 

This is in the Content-Type: 


And the following is returned:- 

HTTP/1.1 415 Cannot process the message because the content type 
'text/xml;charset=UTF-8' was not the expected type 'application/soap+xml; 

3) In the code I have inserted a line 

int mysoapver = axis2_options_get_soap_version(options,env); 

Which returns a value of 2. 

Do I have to specify any specific options to force SOAP1.2 ? 

The code in question is fairly simple, I using a stub from the WSDL2C to 
create the service (named "Service1" here) and then calling the method 
The mysoapver is returned with a value of 2. 

        myservice = 

        int mysoapver = axis2_options_get_soap_version(options,env); 

        // Try to force application/xml+soap 

        adb_ConnectMEXResponse_t *response=NULL; 
        adb_ConnectMEX_t *package; 
        package = adb_ConnectMEX_create(env); 

        response = 

Im new to AXIS2C but have used other web service apps. 

Paul Deadman
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