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From Jeff Greif <>
Subject Re: HTTP/SOAP messages to file
Date Fri, 11 Nov 2005 17:33:06 GMT
Search in the axis user guide for 
samples.userguide.example4.LogHandler.  Perhaps this would suit your 
needs.  In the deployment file provided, you can also put the same 
handler into the response flow
  <handler type="trace"/>

to log both request and response messages.

Also see the javadoc for org.apache.axis.handlers.LogHandler.


Jarmo Doc wrote:

> I recommend Ethereal (general network sniffer) or Fiddler 
> (Windows-only HTTP proxy).
> Fiddler is simpler to configure for HTTP (because you don't have to 
> configure anything!)
> To get your Java client to use Fiddler as a proxy, run:
> java -Dhttp.proxyHost= -Dhttp.proxyPort=8888 mytestclient
>> From: Dies Koper <>
>> Reply-To:
>> To:
>> Subject: HTTP/SOAP messages to file
>> Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2005 16:06:46 +0900
>> Hello,
>> I would like to save the messages sent between my client and server to
>> file. I am looking for a tool like SOAPMonitor or tcpmon, but with a cmd
>> line option (no GUI) to capture the messages and save them 
>> automatically.
>> The reason I am looking for such a tool is that I want to use a diff
>> tool to check whether/what happens to all my SOAP messages (or better
>> yet, HTTP messages) while I make changes to my application, or Axis
>> properties.
>> I looked at the source of both the SOAPMonitor and the TCPMonitor, and
>> they don't seem to have any such options.
>> Can anyone lead me to such a tool?
>> Or should I search for a more general HTTP message intercept tool or
>> Tomcat/Web browser option?
>> Thanks,
>> Dies Koper
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