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Stopping SOAPam Server

There is no formal shutdown procedure for SOAPam Server. The process is simply stopped from the TACL command line. You must be logged in as the user who started the process or as SUPER.SUPER. For example, if you specified $SOAP as the name of the server process when you started it, the following command stops the process:

tacl>stop $soap

When SOAPam Server is stopped, any TCP/IP connections to it are terminated immediately. Note however, that any suspended client-managed TMF transactions will survive until either the client application ends the transaction (after you restart the SOAPam Server) or the transaction timeout occurs.

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