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    Post How to find Web Service is in Running status

    I am working on product, we are using a AXIS2 web services. When user click on button a web service will be called, I need to show a message saying 'Please wait...' till I get the response from web service.

    How I can identify that Web service current status?( it's still running (or) done with fetching the response etc...)

    It will be appreciated if I get details/tutorials with some example.


    Thanks,
    Babu

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    Default Re: How to find Web Service is in Running status

    What does this have to do with OCPJWSD?

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