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Zend and Web Service: how to get complete soap response message from web service?

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hi all,

i would like to call a java web service from a php client with zend framework.

there is no problem to call the method of webservice, but the information what i get is not complete.

that's say the soap response message contains two parts in soap body, for exxample, in soap response message contains "<people>...</people>" and "<pet>...<pet>". but when i call the web service, i can only get the first part of it, though  the message in soap monitorare complete.

 i called the method in webservice from php like:

$result = callSoapClient('mWebService')->mMethod($mParameter);

thne i check the paramter $result in debugger, there is only the first part of soap message in it.

any tips? thanks.

wantime.  







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Does the web service have a WSDL file?

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sure. i have resolved the problem, thanks. One parameter in wsdl is wrong.
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