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SOAP webserive problem in MXML

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May 08, 2011 May 08, 2011

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hi

i am implementing SOAP webservie using MXML but it gives me error and i couln't find the solution for that

i send following request in MXML using SOAP so anyone have any idea about that please help me

SOAPFault (Server): Server was unable to process request. ---> Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

i set the request parameter as below

<s:WebService
            id="sampleService"
            wsdl="my wsdl URL "
            <s:smileysurprised:peration name="SignIn"  >
                <s:request>
                    <name>'megha sanghvi '</name>
                    <collage>'absc collage'</collage>
                    <id>8</id>
                    <passoword>'megha'</password>   
                </s:request>
                </s:smileysurprised:peration>
        </s:WebService>

now i call this by below line of code

<s:Button label ="Submit" x="425" y="400" height="60" width="180" click="sampleService.SignIn.send()"/>   

and it give above error.

if i change the click ="sampleService.SignIn" then i get the blank screen no error no message

so please anyone have knoweldge of MXML webservice can help me to do how to call the webservice

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May 17, 2011 May 17, 2011

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This looks like an Flex SDK query, you can try posting this query to the Flex forums (http://forums.adobe.com/community/flex).

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