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How to use XHeaderName1 in SOAP header

I have a scenario in which im passing the target URL of a webservice dynamically in my mapping udf.

I have to pass the URL to the TServerLocation parameter in SOAP header. But the error i get is that the URL is too long for TServerLocation. So i have to split it and send it using XHeaderName1,XHeaderName2 and XHeaderName3.

Can anyone tell me how to do this.

i saw this blog which gives me some idea but still my scenario is not working

/people/william.li/blog/2006/04/18/dynamic-configuration-of-some-communication-channel-parameters-using-message-mapping

please Help

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 01:56 PM

    Hi Sivasakthi Danasekaran,

    URL is an environment variable I think it will take 256 charecters only. You need to split it compulsorly.

    Reward points if needful.

    Thanks,

    RamuV

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