Question on web service mobile client app for Android using ksoap2.

by Anjana » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:38:33 GMT


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I am creating web service clients in mobile devices (Android) through
the use of ksoap2 libraries.

 http://developer.ebay.com/DevZone/finding/Concepts/MakingACall.html 
states:
For the Finding API, no URL parameters or HTTP headers, including X-
EBAY-SOA-SECURITY-APPNAME can be specified in the SOAP header.

If they cannot be specified in SOAP header, how else can it done
(preferably using ksoap2 library). I tried appending parameters to the
URL, then calling AndroidHttpTransport androidHttpTransport = new
AndroidHttpTransport(URL); (everything else prior to the call is done,
sorry for not posting the code) but this yields soap fault.

Any thoughts/ suggestions? Thanks.
Anjana.

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