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From Andrew Stone <>
Subject SOAP call
Date Tue, 06 Jul 2004 17:34:03 GMT
Hello all,

I hesitate posting on this board so early in my research, but this has 
become quite annoying.

I am very new to Cocoon, and have just finished rewriting most of our 
intranet with this framework.  However, I wish to use SOAP to get stock 
information.  The problem most likely lies with too many unknowns for me 
at this time.  Therefore I'm not sure whether it's simply 
incorrect/incomplete XSP syntax or my misunderstanding of the WSDL (link 
is at bottom of email).

Here is the very simple xsp:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<xsp:page language="java"

  <page title="Main">
    <soap:call url="">

And the response I receive:

<soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="" xmlns:xsi=""
      <faultstring>Server did not recognize the value of HTTP Header SOAPAction: .</faultstring>

I definitely feel the issue is my lack of understanding of the WSDL ( ) because the SOAP test 
site ( i'm using has no problem 
with execution. 

If it my lack of understanding of the WSDL, then please disregard this 
(I know this isn't the appropriate forum).

I am having difficulty finding documentation on SOAPAction as it relates 
to Cocoon to see where my problem lies.  Any help is much appreciated, 
until then I'll continue to read up on the WSDL specification from the W3C.

thank you,

Note: I did see the example "Stock Ticker" that came with the cocoon 
distribution, but the "Terms of Use" was a little vague.  Therefore we 
are trying a different site.

Andrew Stone
v) 678.385.2823
XML Architect/Developer
Brightlane, a Teamstaff, Inc. Company

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