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From "Kiran Devaram" <scorpki...@rediffmail.com>
Subject Re: Re: Capture the Client's request
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2003 05:33:50 GMT

Scott,
  I downloaded the nightly version of soap and tried doing what 
you suggested.
But I found that the SOAPHTTPConnection is not found in the 
soap.jar file. I am getting the following error when I tried using 
it.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
TimeClient.java:7: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : class http
location: package transport
import org.apache.soap.transport.http ;
                                  ^
TimeClient.java:15: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : class SOAPHTTPConnection
location: class TimeClient
                         SOAPHTTPConnection soapCon = new 
SOAPHTTPConnection();
                         ^
TimeClient.java:15: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : class SOAPHTTPConnection
location: class TimeClient
                         SOAPHTTPConnection soapCon = new 
SOAPHTTPConnection();
                                                          ^
3 errors
---------------------------------------------------------------------


Please let me know which version has got the 
org.apache.soap.transport.http package.

Thanks,
Kiran

On Thu, 10 Apr 2003 Scott Nichol wrote :
>The current Apache SOAP code has this capability.  You 
>explicitly
>create an instance of SOAPHTTPConnection and call the 
>setRequestCopy
>method to register a StringBuffer that will receive a copy of 
>the
>request.  You call the setSOAPTransport method on your Call 
>instance
>to tell it to use the connection you have created.  After 
>calling
>invoke, a copy of the request will be in your StringBuffer.
>
>You can get a nightly build at
>http://cvs.apache.org/dist/soap/nightly/.
>
>On 9 Apr 2003 at 15:52, Kiran  Devaram wrote:
>
> > Dear All,
> >
> >              I want to capture the SOAP Client's request(XML
> > payload) in the form of a string using SOAP libraries. After
> > looking at the SOAPAPI and in that, the class CALL and the 
>method
> > invoke(..), I did not find any method using which I can 
>capture
> > the request from the client. So, I would like to modify the 
>SOAP
> > source code and see if its possible to add a method to capture 
>the
> > request from client.
> >
> >       Please let me know if its possible. Also, I would 
>appreciate
> > it if you can send me the link where I can download the SOAP
> > source code from.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Kiran
> > 
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>
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