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From Fabrício Cabral <>
Subject Re: Problem with the "Conten-Type" in the Netbeans
Date Wed, 08 Apr 2009 14:13:20 GMT

I think found the problem. I'm  using Netbeans 6.5.1 to develop some BPEL
scripts that communicates with my Web Services developed in Axis2 + Eclipse.
The problem seems that Netbeans works with SOAP 1.1 that sent a "text/xml"
in the Content-Type rather SOAP 1.2 that sent a "application/soap+xml".

Now, my question is: Is there a way to do my WS (developed in Axis2) to
be compatible with SOAP 1.1 *and* SOAP 1.2 messages?

Thanks in advance,


2009/4/7 Fabrício Cabral <>:

> I developed a Web Service (WS) using Eclipse plug-ins + axis2 1.4.1
> running in Tomcat 6.0.18
> (Windows). I'm using Netbeans 6.5.1 to test my WS. I set a SOAP
> message in the input.xml
> of the "TestCase" and do "execute". The message is sent and the
> Netbeans saves the response
> in the output.xml file.
> My problem is when I'm using Netbeans to test my WS: it doesn't work.
> If I use a client developed
> by hand (using Eclipse stubs) works fine. Debugging the SOAP messages
> (I used TCPMon) I figure
> out that the problem is the "Content-Type" sent in the HTTP header.
> Netbeans sends the Content-Type
> with "text/xml" and if I change it to "application/soap+xml" (as my
> Java code does) the request works fine.
> So, I'd like know: the problem is Axis, Netbeans or with my Web
> Services? Does anyone
> know how can I fix it? Is there a way to change the Netbens "Content-Type" to
> "application/soap+xml" or the problem is my WS that doesn't understand
> the Content-Type
> "text/xml" correctly?

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