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From Schalk Neethling <>
Subject Re: XMLStreamException
Date Thu, 14 Dec 2006 21:45:29 GMT
Greetings Javier,

If you could send me the skeleton code that would be very helpful. Thanks!

Javier Kohen wrote:
> El jue, 14-12-2006 a las 23:09 +0200, Schalk Neethling escribió:
>> Hi there everyone,
>> My apologies beforehand for the large amount of code etc. I am new to 
>> Axis2 and I am currently implementing a web service. All is going well 
>> except when executing the code below I get the following error:
>> INFO  - [org.apache.commons.httpclient.HttpMethodDirector] - I/O 
>> exception (org.apache.axis2.AxisFault) caught when processing request: 
>> Can not output XML declaration, after other output has already been 
>> done.; nested exception is:
>> Can not output XML declaration, 
>> after other output has already been done.
> I've seen this just yesterday myself.
>>             SOAPBody body = factory.createSOAPBody(envelope);
>>             OMElement send = factory.createOMElement("Send", ns);
> [ Lots of code removed. ]
>>             body.addChild(send);
>>             ServiceClient sender = new ServiceClient();
>>             sender.setOptions(options);
>>             OMElement result = sender.sendReceive(envelope);
> The solution is to pass sendReceive the send element directly; don't
> pass it the envelope and body elements. SendReceive ends up
> unconditionally wrapping the supplied OMElement within a body element.
> Note that you can still set headers this way, by means of the
> ServiceClient instance.
> In my case, I needed to add two elements to the body, so I had to create
> the whole envelope and use the OperationClient interface instead to run
> the operation. I can give you skeleton code to do that, in case you need
> it, it's only slightly more complex than the above.
> Greetings,

Kind Regards
Schalk Neethling
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