Java based consumer web service for creating Java Agent Calling

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 I created a java consumer web service. This web service then, created a Java Agent Calling. Then the Java imported by the Web Service Consumer. I describe the web service system just like in the java agent method. Below is a sample result of the number of data gathered from the web service. The web service process only returns documents based from its time stamp. I expect that it will only return one (1) document from the next identified web service but it also includes the documents previously gathered by the java agent. I tried using JAX-WS and Apache Axis 2 and as expected it works in software UI. Is there any reasons why notes create catching of results? Is there a way to disable catching if it appears?

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Java based consumer web service for creating Java Agent Calling


You should check what are the requests and responses that SOAP is actually sending and receiving. That will be the easiest way to help you find out what is going on. Another thing that you should check is how is the agent being triggered.

Something notable that you should be aware is that there are two web services methods, one in the provider. getResult(DateTime) and the other one is getResultForTest(). In case you call getResult() then you will find out that it always returns what getResultForTest() returns. If you check soapUI you should be able to establish that it works perfectly.

You can also check the web service, and for it too there should not be any problem.

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