will be helpful for those in need Your provider is wrong, the messages are semantically equivalent; yours is unqualified, theirs is qualified. Are you using Axis or Axis2? If you're using Axis, I suggest you switch to Axis2 for a more robust, standards-compliant SOAP stack (both products are bad, but Axis2 is less-bad). I assume you are creating your client with wsdl2java? If you can't get this tool to generate the message the way you like, then your best bet is to generate the message programmatically. With Axis2, you can do this with the AXIOM API. See this link for some example API usage. Note that with most of the methods, e.g. createOMElement, you optionally pass the namespace prefix. So, if your provider requires it, then you could pass a String containing "imk" as the namespacePrefix parameter.
QName port = new QName(endpoint, "subversionsoapservice-v2");
QName serviceName = new QName(endpoint, "ISubversionSoapServiceService");
Service service = Service.create(serviceName);
service.addPort(port, SOAPBinding.SOAP11HTTP_BINDING, endpoint);
Dispatch<SOAPMessage> dispatch = service.createDispatch(port, SOAPMessage.class, Service.Mode.MESSAGE);
MessageFactory factory = MessageFactory.newInstance(SOAPConstants.SOAP_1_1_PROTOCOL);
SOAPMessage request = factory.createMessage();
SOAPBody body = request.getSOAPBody();
SOAPElement reindexRepository = body.addChildElement("reindexRepository", "jira", "http://soap.ext.plugin.jira.atlassian.com");
SOAPElement in0 = reindexRepository.addChildElement("in0");
This might help you There is something wrong in your question.. You cannot declare a variable using set-payload... set-payload are used to override existing message payload .. You can set variable using Now back to your question .. Yes there are 2 types of variable in Mule :-
With these it helps res.on('finish') is called once the data has been sent, so the payload doesn't necessarily exist on the server any more. You can add middleware to express to intercept every request and then override the .json method to log the data as the function is called:
This might help you No standards-compliant XML or XSL tool will process your sample SOAP message, as it is malformed: there can only be one XML declaration in the file, and if there is a declaration, it must be the very first thing in the file -- not even whitespace can come before it. I infer from this that your SOAP message is not being emitted by a compliant XML or XSL tool.
Spring WS - Looking for Request header/payload and Response header/payload Example
With these it helps I have solved the issue. I can send the SOAP header to a service and extract the response header from response also. No need for interceptors. Main help was from blog post from Andreas Veithen. .