I want to log raw soap post requests if there are any errors , I am using JAX-WS. Any help will be appreciated.
Is there an easy way (aka: not using a proxy) to get access to the raw request/response XML for a webservice published with JAX-WS reference implementation (the one included in JDK 1.5 and better) only when exception occurs in response? I want to log raw SOAP reuest so that I can test it thorugh any webservice client at a later stage
You could implement a Filter (http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/api/javax/servlet/Filter.html) that writes the request out to file as it is being read.
This could be accomplished by wrapping the HttpServletRequest
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