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.net client problem invoking Java WS-Urgent! KINDLY REPLY ASAP...

1. Web Service is created in Axis 1.1 and the Client is created in .NET v1.1.
2. The .NET Client reads the WSDL File and is able to send the parameters to
the Webservice
3. The server is being notified when the web service is invoked
4. But the response from the WS invokation in .NET Client is being returned
as "null"

Can someone please let me know why the response from the WS is being
returned as null? Am I missing something?

Thanks in advance!
Shakti

Mar 2 '07 #1
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"Shakti" <Sh****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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1. Web Service is created in Axis 1.1 and the Client is created in .NET
v1.1.
2. The .NET Client reads the WSDL File and is able to send the parameters
to
the Webservice
3. The server is being notified when the web service is invoked
4. But the response from the WS invokation in .NET Client is being
returned
as "null"

Can someone please let me know why the response from the WS is being
returned as null? Am I missing something?

Null being received by a web service is usually caused by the response being
sent with a different namespace than was declared in the WSDL file. You'll
need to use some sort of network monitor (see http://www.pocketsoap.com for
some free ones) to see what's actually being sent back to you. Note
carefully what namespace the response is in and compare it with the
namespace that the WSDL declares for the response.

If the two are not the same, you will receive null.

John
Mar 2 '07 #2

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