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CXF-4130: Server using @WebServiceProvider implementation writes contents of SOAP body in SOAP header

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      When using a server using a Provider implementation in conjunction with a WSDL that defines a SOAP header as part of its output, the contents of the SOAP body may be written as a SOAP header, depending on the order of the parts defined in the output message. There is no workaround available for this issue but a resolution is expected in a future minor version.
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      When using a server using a Provider implementation in conjunction with a WSDL that defines a SOAP header as part of its output, the contents of the SOAP body may be written as a SOAP header, depending on the order of the parts defined in the output message. There is no workaround available for this issue but a resolution is expected in a future minor version.
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      When using a server using a Provider implementation in conjunction with a WSDL that defines a SOAP header as part of its output, the contents out the SOAP body will be written as a SOAP header depending on the order of the parts defined in the output message.

      See this CXF mailing list for details: http://cxf.547215.n5.nabble.com/Response-SOAP-Headers-with-Provider-implementation-td5485785.html

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                • Assignee:
                  yang.yong Yong Yang
                  Reporter:
                  klape Kyle Lape
                  Writer:
                  Russell Dickenson
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