On second thought, my solution will not work.
The method is either POST or GET. A proxy call will submit a POST,
while a service call will submit a GET. If the proxy address is a
WSDL file, then you have to use a service call to get the WSDL file,
which is why you received a "405 method not allowed".
The WSDL file contains the actual proxy address in the service
section. If you use that address, my solution may work.
I will defer to others more knowledgable to answer your question
about proxy, schema, and service.
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> Thanks for your reply Jonathan.
> My SOAP envelope is now correct
> Can you explain me the difference between
> Do you have any ideas for the "405 method not allowed" error
> message ?
> Thanks again