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From "Yiannis Mavroukakis" <jan...@chaosaltar.org>
Subject Re: Debug?
Date Thu, 02 May 2002 09:38:23 GMT
:) Hehehe oh great just what I wanted :))) Thank you very much Gilad:)
----- Original Message -----
From: <gilad.buzi@bcn.concatel.com>
To: <rpc-user@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: Debug?



i had to modify the source code to get the exact xml sent back from the
server......
look at the end of the execute() method of the XmlRpcClient.java file..
before the call to parse(in), you can grab the input stream and read its
contents (which will be the XML)

this is the example for the client.... for the server i'm not sure, but
probably something similar.

/gilad


 Gilad Buzi
 R&D Engineer · CONCATEL


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                    "Yiannis
                    Mavroukakis"         Para:   <rpc-user@xml.apache.org>
                    <jander@chaos        cc:
                    altar.org>           Asunto:      Re: Debug?

                    02/05/2002
                    11:16
                    Por favor,
                    responda a
                    rpc-user





Thank you Gilad, I managed to figure it out, but it wasn't exactly what I
was after.
I need to see the XML string that is sent over the wire exactly as it is
i.e.
    <xml-rpc>
        <struct>
            <data>
                someTextData
            </data>
        </struct>
    </xml-rpc>

What I get with debug set to true, is the elements that make up the
structure, but no values associated with them. Is there anyway that this
can
be done?

Thank you very much,

Yiannis.
----- Original Message -----
From: <gilad.buzi@bcn.concatel.com>
To: <rpc-user@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: Debug?



yiannis,

yes, whenever you want (in your code,)  you can call the following static
method (see the Api docs for more information):

XmlRpc.setDebug(true);

/gilad


 Gilad Buzi
 R&D Engineer · CONCATEL


 gilad.buzi@bcn.concatel.com
 c/Sardenya, 229-237 Atic. 2a ·
 08013 Barcelona Spain
 tel. +34.93.244.88.77 · fax
 +34.93.244.88.78
          www.concatel.com







                    "Yiannis
                    Mavroukakis"         Para:   <rpc-user@xml.apache.org>
                    <jander@chaos        cc:
                    altar.org>           Asunto:      Debug?

                    01/05/2002
                    12:03
                    Por favor,
                    responda a
                    rpc-user






Hello everyone,

Is there a way to set a debug mode in both an XML-RPC Server and Client
objects? I'm obviously interested in the output from the client and the
server.

Thank you,

Yiannis.















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