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From Deepal Jayasinghe <>
Subject Re: Accesing MessageContext from the Implementation Class
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2009 14:33:22 GMT
Well you do not need to do anything in the axis2.xml to access the

Have a look at

Thank you!

Edgardo IbaƱez O. wrote:
> Hi all, this is my first post at this mailing list, my problem is
> covered in other post, but I dont have the real solution.
> I tried to access de MessageContext from the implementation class like
> this:
> MessageContext messageContext =MessageContext.getCurrentContext();
> ipAddress = messageContext.getStrProp(Constants.MC_REMOTE_ADDR);
> but messageContext is null, I read too much documentation, and I dont
> encountered the reason for the null value,
> I tried to place the axis.jar in distinct classloader and the same
> classloader than the service implementation class and this not run :(
> Exist any form to obtain the client ip address from the service class
> implementation?
> I need any "special" configuration in axis2.xml to access the
> MessageContext from the implementation class?
> If I retrieve the ip address from a handler, How I pass this to the
> implementation service class?
> I never implement a handler and this scarry me :(
> My service is a POJO implemetation
> Thanks for read my question.
> Greeetings.
> PD: Sorry for my bad english.

Thank you!

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