Maintaining session problem... Save and send cookie?
I have recently switched to programming in Java after programming for a while in C++, so bare with me if I ask dumb questions... In the company I work I have a situation which requires me to connect to a webservice.
I have used WSDL2Java successfully to generate the stub from the WSDL. I can connect and login to the webservice (Axis2),but for some reason I cannot keep the session active. I send the login request, I receive the correct response, together with the cookie. The thing is I don't know how to extract it and send it along...
Here is my code:
X1OrderServiceStub stub = new X1OrderServiceStub();
X1OrderServiceStub.Login request= new X1OrderServiceStub.Login();
System.out.println("Request : " + request.toString());
X1OrderServiceStub.LoginResponse response= stub.Login(request);
System.out.println("Response : " + response.toString()); // Login is succesful!
X1OrderServiceStub.AccountsList request2= new X1OrderServiceStub.AccountsList();
System.out.println("Request : " + request2.toString());
X1OrderServiceStub.AccountsListResponse response2= stub.AccountsList(request2);
System.out.println("Response : " + response2.toString()); // Result is session expired or not logged
I have tried to myStub._getServiceClient().getOptions().setManageS ession(true) but that doesn't seem to work. Is there any way to extract the cookie string from the response I get to the login request and then pass it to the following data request?
Or am I not invoking the webservice well?
Any advice is highly appreciated! Thank you very much!