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Does the Java Explorer display HTTP Response"s when testing a Web Service in the same way as .NET Explorer does?

Does the Java Explorer display HTTP Response"s when testing a Web Service in the same way as .NET Explorer does?

No, from within the Java Explorer project you will not be able to see the HTTP response when you invoke and test a WebService. The only thing you can return is the object i.e.

webTestProxy1.NewEventReturn;

You can see this returned object by looking in the generated .log file in the "RecentTestRun" folder of your Java Explorer project.

To see the actual HTTP Response you will need to use SilkPerformer to record the Java Explorer invoking and testing the various methods of the WebService e. See:

How can I use SilkPerformer to capture the HTTP response generated by invoking a WSDL file in Java Explorer?

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