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From "David Illsley" <davidills...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Best way to log service method accesses?
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2006 19:44:36 GMT
If this is in Axis2 I'd suggest a handler inserted after the dispatch
phase in which case you can get the operation name from the
AxisOperation which in turn you can obtain from the MessageContext. In
general the SOAPAction can't and shouldn't be relied upon.

David

On 05/12/06, D. Kreft <dan@kreft.net> wrote:
> I'm setting up a table in my database to log accesses to my service.
> I'm grabbing the username, client host and script name from the SOAP
> header, but I'd also like to log the name of the method called. What's
> the best way to do this? Can the SOAPAction HTTP header be reliably
> counted on for this task, or must I pick apart the SOAP body?
>
> Or better yet, is there a pre-fabricated solution I could drop into my
> service to take care of this for me? Surely this has been done before.
> :-)
>
> -dan
>
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