WSE 3.0 Prefix not registered

WSE 3.0 Prefix not registered

Post by SnVyaSBHbH » Sat, 10 Nov 2007 20:55:01


i am using the WSE 3.0. Now each time WSE 3.0 makes an request, the
autogenerated Proxy class thorws an exception that the prefix "soap.tcp" is
not registered.
There is a registerPrefix method, but how do i use it to avoid those

thank you!

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I'm creating a proxy for the webservice and setting the following.

UsernameToken token = new UsernameToken(userId, userId,
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