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Modifying SOAP message at client proxy side without using SOAP extentions



Hi,

Can I view/modify SOAP message at the client proxy side without using soap
extensions?

Thank you,

Alan


Nov 23 '05 #1
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Hi Alan,

As for intercepting and modifying webservice's SOAP message at client proxy
side, currnently the only available buildin interface is the SoapExtension.
Also, if you have interests, you can have a look at the Microsoft
Webservice Enhancement (currently version 2.0 sp3) which has encapsulate
the SoapExtension and provide much simpler interface for intercepting
webservice message at both server side and clientside.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...631-c3e7-420a-
bc1e-ef18bab66122&displaylang=en

In addition, another means to intercept SOAP message would be build a
external tcp application which listening a certain port and let the
webservice proxy send request to that application's listening port and let
it forward the message to target server. Somewhat like a proxy application.

Thanks,

Steven Cheng
Microsoft Online Support

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Hi,

Can I view/modify SOAP message at the client proxy side without using soap
extensions?

Thank you,

Alan

Nov 23 '05 #2

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