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06-09-2011 11:47 PM
I recently got a web service stub created with wscompile. So it uses JAX-RPC to communicate with the web service. I have been trying to find something about this, but is there a way to intercept the SOAP message transmitted with JAX-RPC?
This is only for the simulator.
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06-10-2011 02:59 AM
06-10-2011 11:27 AM
I see, is tcpmon similar to Wireshark? Also, the webservice uses HTTPS so transmission is encrypted. I don't think using a proxy will let me see the SOAP message unless it's HTTP.
06-10-2011 05:42 PM
Nevermind, It turns out the web service has HTTP and HTTPS support. I switched to HTTP and am able to get the SOAP message (using Wireshark).