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From "Naeem Malik (Ext. 797)" <Naeem.Ma...@FINEOS.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Accessing attachment in message-style or document/literal servic e
Date Mon, 27 Feb 2006 13:13:06 GMT
Hi all

>From long time I am not able to access the attachment. could any one please
help me regarding the following problem

I am using message-style service method (not RPC mode), now at client side I
can attach any attachment (i.e. binary file or in my case xml file) and can
send our the wire by using the HTTP protocol  but now the server side I cant
access the only attachment because there are only 4 methods (see axis user
guide for reference) allowed in messaging-style service. which are

1>>public Element [] method(Element [] bodies); 
2>>public SOAPBodyElement [] method (SOAPBodyElement [] bodies); 
3>>public Document method(Document body); 
4>>public void method(SOAPEnvelope req, SOAPEnvelope resp); 

now I am using the 4th one after trying the 3rd one, now I can get the
soapEnvelope but not able to get the soapMessage actually which contain
attachments and soapEnvelope etc.

Now the each method doesn't allow to access the soapMessage object( kind of
container for AttachementPart & SOAPPart), or there might be another way to
access the SOAPmessage object because if I get the soapMessage object then I
will use the following method and can retrieve any number of attachments.
SOAPMessage.getAttachments();  
Now do any one know how to access the attachment by using above 4 method
signatures.

 here is my client application code where I am attaching the file 

 SOAPConnectionFactory scf = SOAPConnectionFactory.newInstance();

 SOAPConnection sc = scf.createConnection();
 MessageFactory msgFactory = MessageFactory.newInstance();
 
 SOAPMessage message = msgFactory.createMessage(new 
 MimeHeaders(),
 new ByteArrayInputStream(getXMLMessage).getBytes()));
           
 SOAPPart soapPart = message.getSOAPPart();          
 
 AttachmentPart attpart = message.createAttachmentPart();
        //there i am attaching the XML document
           attpart.setContent(getXMLAttachment(),"text/plain");
           
           message.addAttachmentPart(attpart);
        
           URLEndpoint urlEndPoint = new
 URLEndpoint("http://localhost:9999/axis/services/claimmsgservice");
           
           //System.out.println("before call service
 "+message.getAttachments());
           
          SOAPMessage response = sc.call(message, urlEndPoint);
 
 but on server side I am not able to access the SOAPMessage 
 object because of the limitation of 4 types of method 
 
I would really appreciate if some one could help me in this matter.

Thanks & regards

Naeem Malik


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