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From jason greene
The problem is that the response is not known until your SEI
implementation returns, so within the SEI implementation there is no
way to get at the response message. There is however another way. You can write a JAX-RPC handler, which is like an interceptor, so you can modify the request and response messages. Take a look at the javax.xml.rpc.GenericHandler class and the handlerflowtestcase in the testsuite.