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From "Curtis Jensen" <>
Subject Re: Serialization of Wrapped WSDL Parameter Objects
Date Sat, 19 Jul 2008 18:41:25 GMT
Thanks for the suggestion.
I assume you meant the "lOggin" module sample.  It was promising.
However, this looks like a server side solution.  I'm looking for a
client side solution.  Maybe the logging solution can be turned into a
client solution, but I'm not sure how.

When our application attempts to call a web service, we would like to
save the SOAP message off before it contacts the web service.  We pass
that SOAP message String to a third party who handles the actual
communication to the web service.  This is for the case when our
communications is down for some reason or we are behind a restrictive
firewall that is blocking http.  The third party passes back the
response SOAP message.  This is the interface we have been given.

I need to be able to generate the SOAP xml as it would have been sent
to a web service.  I then need to turn a response XML message back
into a Java object just as Axis would.  All on the client side.

Is this possible?

Thanks again,

On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 11:17 PM, Samisa Abeysinghe
<> wrote:
> Curtis Jensen wrote:
>> I'm using Axis2 to generate web service clients.  Everything is working
>> fine.
>> Now, I need to generate the SOAP XML string of what would be sent through
>> HTTP so that I can save it for processing later.  I can get a handle to the
>> the java object Axis generated to represent the web service parameter.  I
>> can create the Call object and the OperationDescription for the call.  I'm
>> having trouble generating the SOAP XML.  I've tried a couple of different
>> things (some hackish, some less hackish).  I can never quite generate the
>> exact XML that Axis is sending (I created a proxy service to capture the
>> exact SOAP that Axis is sending).  Does someone have experience with this?
>>  Can they're share a little code example to get me going?
> Have you had a look at the ligging module sample. That shows you how you
> could capture the SOAP messages, incomming and out going. You may improve
> that sample to fit your needs.
> Samisa...
>> Also, I then need to do the reverse.  Take the response SOAP XML string
>> and convert it into its Java object class instance.
>> Thanks,
>> Curtis
> --
> Samisa Abeysinghe
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