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From "Manish Mathuria" <>
Subject Re: Problem making a soap call from JMeter
Date Thu, 08 Sep 2005 19:31:22 GMT
Hi Peter,

Please note that using another client I can successfully make this call. \

However, the path is 
 -  < service name =" HierarchyServiceImpl">       < documentation > com.stratify.datahub.hierarchy.ejb.HierarchyServiceImpl
web service</ documentation >    -  < port name =" IHierarchyService"  binding ="
tns:IHierarchyService">       < soap:address  location =" http://GUMBY1:80/kopernik/glue/hierarchy"
/>      </ port >     </ service > 



 From: Peter Lin <>
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 3:12 PM
To: JMeter Users List <>,
Subject: Re: Problem making a soap call from JMeter 

looks like incorrect path.  what does the WSDL have for the path of the webservice itself?

for example, the wsdl from the in the email has this for the path

what you want to look for is this.

<port name="" binding="">
<soap:address location=""/>


 On 9/8/05, Manish Mathuria <> wrote: 

I am trying to make a soap call from JMeter 2.1 using the WebService(SOAP) Request sampler.
The server responds with a service not found error. Please note that the same call when made
using a different client (such as mindreef soapscope) works. Also I can make a soap call from
JMeter to a external soap server ( such as
Following are the details.

I would appreciate any help you can provide on this. 



My Call details:
WSDL: http://gumby1/kopernik/glue/hierarchy.wsdl
server: gumby1
path: kopernik/glue/hierarchy.wsdl 
soapaction: listAllHierarchies
soap data:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<soap:Envelope xmlns:mrns0=""
xmlns:soap="" xmlns:soapenc=""
xmlns:xsi="" >
<soap:Body soap:encodingStyle="">

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