I would like to see the raw http response which is returned from web service calls. I have a dynamic web project in Eclipse which uses a local instance of Tomcat 6. I'm using all of the default setting for a top-down web service generated from a WSDL file. I've generated the client using the built-in "generate client" using default settings.
I've tried using the Eclipse plugin TCP/IP monitor and apache's TCPMON, but I am only able to see the http request, not the http response returned from the web server I am querying.
I've seen some sparse documentation outlining how to use logging handlers and a client-config.wsdd file, but I haven't been able to get that working.
So to recap, I'm looking for a way to view raw http responses using a web service client and server generated from a WSDL file in eclipse. I don't mind creating a new project using different code-generating libraries if someone has an easy way to do this using a different configuration.
Thanks very much,
I would like to see the raw http response which is returned from web service calls.
Why the HTTP response? Isn't the soap message body enough? If it is, you probably want to check out SoapUI.
A simple google query for "apache axis2 http response" also return this article:
And finally, you did go through the Axis2 website right? It has a wiki with a rather staggering amount of articles in there.
Well Axis 1 is -very- old and no longer maintained as far as I can tell. I would see if you can upgrade to Axis 2, the website also has a migration guide.
Are you sure its Axis 1 by the way? Even Axis 2 still has version "1.6.1".