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    Default Calling custom servlet from ZimbraWebClient

    Hi All,

    i am writing servlet or my simple web application and want to use existing ZimbraWebClient.as zimbra send soap request like /service/soap/,now i want to access this soap request in my Simple WebApplication,because of both zimbraWebClient and my web application are war file so they are in different context.so how we can intercept this soap request in our web application

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharma.k.lalit View Post
    Hi All,

    i am writing servlet or my simple web application and want to use existing ZimbraWebClient.as zimbra send soap request like /service/soap/,now i want to access this soap request in my Simple WebApplication,because of both zimbraWebClient and my web application are war file so they are in different context.so how we can intercept this soap request in our web application
    Are you using the Zimbra Extension method to define new Documents for the soap call? If so, it's as easy as looking at the CSFE code to invoke the command on the backend.

    If you are using a separate servlet, take a look at AjxRpc.js to make calls back and forth.

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