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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 26208] - Problem with parsing of body too soon
Date Sat, 17 Jan 2004 11:54:26 GMT
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Problem with parsing of body too soon





------- Additional Comments From dug@us.ibm.com  2004-01-17 11:54 -------
Dims,
  when I have client.java set to:

Call call = new Call("http://localhost:8080/wstk/services/msg1");
Element elem = XMLUtils.StringToElement("http://tmp.org","msg2","test");

I see "in msg1" on the server console - and it should say "in msg2".
No exception though and it does return stuff - so msg1.java must be
getting called instead of msg2.

When I tried using rpc->msg it fails with:
  No such operation 'msg1'

client.java looks like:
Call call = new Call("http://localhost:8080/wstk/services/rpc1");
Element elem = XMLUtils.StringToElement("http://tmp.org","msg1","test");

Can you give it a try and see if you see the same results?
thanks for the quick response!

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