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From pierre.r...@edf.fr
Subject Réf. : execute void method
Date Wed, 22 May 2002 16:37:57 GMT

You could just wrap your request handler in a proxy that would return
something like an error code (which you can ignore if you really do not
want any information about what is going on on the server).
Shouldn't be a problem imho.

good luck,
Pierre





"daniel martin" <dmartin@nextware.de> on 22/05/2002 17:26:38

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Objet :   execute void method

Hi List!


XML-RPC works fine if i execute methods which return a value.
but if i execute a void method, the method is executed and then the
following error will be thrown:

org.apache.xmlrpc.XmlRpcException: java.lang.RuntimeException: null value
not supported by XML-RPC

is there another implementation of XMLRPCClient.execute which supports void
calls?

or is there another way to do this?


thanks
daniel.







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