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From Saminda Abeyruwan <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] MTOM question
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2006 11:07:10 GMT
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Aha, it has the typical semantics of  Synapse pass through scenario.


Michele Mazzucco wrote:
> Hi Ajith ,
> I'll try to clarify my scenario:
> service A.a() sends a request to The message is intercepted by
> a handler (on the B side) before it hits the target. If needed the
> handler sends a message to a service C.c() to get a file. After getting
> a file it allow the message sent by A to pass through. After executing
> the request, the response is intercepted again and redirected to service
> A.b().
> Ajith Ranabahu wrote:
>>Hi Michele,
>>This whole scenario is not very clear to me. Of course a handler can
>>invoke a web service call but I don't understand the part "It seems to
>>me that the problem is the handler endpoint generated by Axis2"
> What I mean is that to receive the file from C.c(), the handler needs an
> address, doesn't it?, but the one provided by Axis2 (I guess replyTo())
> is wrong. How can the handler receive the response from service C.c()
> Hope this clarifies your doubts,
> Michele
>>On 6/27/06, Michele Mazzucco <> wrote:
>>>Hi all,
>>>is it possible to use MTOM from a handler? In other words, can a handler
>>>send a request (say, for a file) to a web service? It seems to me that
>>>the problem is the handler endpoint generated by Axis2, needed to
>>>receive the response, which is wrong.
>>>Thanks in advance,
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