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From "Upul Godage" <>
Subject Re: Axis2 events handling
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2007 13:30:26 GMT

If you mean you are having a web service which provides files on request,
let's say, requested by reference number, best thing to do is to have
another operation in the web service. So that after client gets the payload
and, let's say client has processed or saved it successfully, it will call
that operation, saying 'got the payload okay for this reference number.'
Otherwise even though the file is transferred successfully, there could be
an exception on the client side and the file is lost from both sides.


On 9/5/07, Elmouj <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have been using Axis2 for a month now and it's really powerful and easy
> to
> use. However, the last two days I got stuck looking for a way to access an
> event triggered when the last byte of the server response is sent to the
> client; so I decided to post on this forum hoping to get a clue to this
> issue :( . In other words, I want a way by which I could be informed when
> the last byte of the server's response is sent because I need to execute
> some tasks after this event has been triggered (I need to delete a file
> after the client downloads it).
> Thanks in advance,
> Elmouj
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