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From "Sunesh Kumra" <>
Subject RE: Empty <wsa:Action> element
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:55:04 GMT
The WSDLs are defined by the Parlay-X community. I'm attaching the same.


From: Amila Suriarachchi [] 
Sent: 30 October 2007 09:18
Subject: Re: Empty <wsa:Action> element

Can you send your wsdl?


On 10/29/07, Sunesh Kumra < > wrote: 

	I'm using axis2-1.3 and am facing a strange problem that the
encoded SOAP request has an empty <wsa:Action> element, which causes the
WS to throw an exception. Has anyone experienced this kind of an issue ?

	I've generated and deployed the WS and then developed a client
using both the ADB as well as XMLBeans (both the client versions has the
same behaviour). I have captured the SOAP messages using a TCP Monitor. 

	Excerpt of the requests: 
tCharging </wsa:To> 
	Excerpt from the response: 
	            <faultstring>The [action] cannot be processed at the
	            <detail /> 


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