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From "Ockleford Paul (NHS Connecting for Health)" <>
Subject Axis 1.2 RPC style with attachments
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2009 10:28:16 GMT

I have been trying for the last day to compose an rpc style service that also sends an attachment.
Initially I was trying to return a bean and also attach a file to the SOAP message but whatever
I try I cannot get this to work and there is very limited documentation available.

Does anybody have example code that demonstrates how to do this? Below is the code I have
been trying to get to work, this line "msg.addAttachmentPart(attachment);" cause a server
side java.lang.verify error due to the method signature (which has not changed) and I dont
understand why.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Below is my code, its just skeleton code until I can
get a file attached, I have removed the bean return type and made the method return void for
the time being:

public void getAllTestsFile(String organisationCode, String catalogueID, String version) {
        try {
            MessageContext context = MessageContext.getCurrentContext();
            Message msg = context.getResponseMessage();
            DataHandler dh = new DataHandler(new FileDataSource("c:\\a.xml"));
            AttachmentPart attachment = new AttachmentPart(dh);
        } catch (Exception e) {

I should also point out that I have not amended the .wsdd in anyway that is specific to this




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