Usage of SoapActionEndpointMapping in Spring-ws

Usage of SoapActionEndpointMapping in Spring-ws

I'm trying to create a WS based on a WSDL that defines one Request and one Response. The incoming request should be mapped to an endpoint depending on the SOAPAction defined in the SOAP message. To achieve this I'm trying to use the SoapActionEndpointMapping in my servlet.xml config file and define the mappings, as described in the Spring documentation.

 <bean id="endpointMapping" class="">     <property name="mappings">         <props>             <prop key="http://myCompany/MyService/MyRequest/mySoapActionOne">myFirstEndpoint</prop>             <prop key="http://myCompany/MyService/MyRequest/mySoapActionTwo">mySecondEndpoint</prop>         </props>     </property> 

My endpoint extends AbstractMarshallingPayloadEndpoint and should be able to handle the requests.

The problem is that when I try to send a request (with SoapUI) i get the following error in the log:

WARN  [EndpointNotFound] No endpoint mapping found for [SaajSoapMessage {http://schemas.mycompany/MyService}MyRequest] 

I have used the PayloadRootQNameEndpointMapping with great success earlier but can not this to work.

Any help is appreciated.


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