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From "Fernando Cesar Silva" <>
Subject RES: How to remove the soapenv:mustUnderstand attribute
Date Tue, 28 Sep 2010 13:44:15 GMT
I would like to share my disappointing with this mailing list.


Yesterday was the second time (the first time was in 26/08/2010) I asked
about removing the soapenv:mustUnderstand attribute from the SOAP message.
Both of my messages was completely ignored.


This mailing list looks like a closed circuit, i.e., you guys discuss a lot
between each other, but when someone out of the circuit ask something,
nobody helps..This attitude isn't healthy for the community.


I'm using Axis in a very big project (Electronic Invoice) in Brazil,
involving all the 27 states of Brazil and thousands of companies (like Vale,
the world's biggest mining company) a lot of people that are working
in big projects, I will have to run from Axis to Apache CXF that at this
moment looks like much better.



Fernando Cesar.



De: Fernando Cesar Silva [] 
Enviada em: segunda-feira, 27 de setembro de 2010 17:32
Cc: 'Diogo Francisco Viviani Gallo'
Assunto: How to remove the soapenv:mustUnderstand attribute




I'm using release 1.5.1 and I have to remove the soapenv:mustUnderstand
attribute from my header SOAP message. I tried to do this in earlier
versions with no success. How can I do this? Any clue will be very helpful.


I'm sending below a sample SOAP Envelope with the attribute.


<soap:Envelope xmlns:soap=


<nfeCabecMsg soapenv:mustUnderstand="false"




<consStatServ xmlns= versao="2.00">










Fernando Cesar.

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