attached is a simple .NET webservice that takes a datatime parm. also attached is a java client that calls that webservice (axis).
The issue is this, in java, datetime is an object and can be null. in .NET, it is a value type and cannot be null.
So . . . if I send a null from the java program it blows up with invalid data time format on the .NET side.
I think to solve this, we have to intercept the request (SOAP packet) in the handler in .NET and replace the nulls with valid date times.
This bid request is to do the following: modify the .NET side of this program to intercept the request and replace the null date time element with '1/1/1970' before the webservice actually gets the call.
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