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You can see the WS-Addressing support in the javadoc<= /a>. The most common use case is when implementing a server side handler wi= shing to process the current WS-Addressing context.=20
Here's some example code to show you how to do thisAn error occurre= d: cvs.activesoap.codehaus.org. The system administrator has been notified.= =20
Things are similar on the client side - you need to create the MessageExchang= e instance first, then configure the WS-Addressing context on it before= performing the client invocation.An error occurred: cvs.activesoap.co= dehaus.org. The system administrator has been notified.