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From Samisa Abeysinghe <>
Subject Re: Issue talking to Axis2/C on IIS
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 03:59:07 GMT
Asankha C. Perera wrote:
> Samisa
>>>>> We have send a request using the full URL with  the POST method. 
>>>>> But it seems that IIS discards the request before it give the 
>>>>> control to the IIS module. So it seems like it is a bug in the IIS 
>>>>> itself.
>>>> Apparently. the full URL works for GET but not for POST with IIS.
>>> AFAIK, the full URL in the POST and the HTTP 1.1 "Host" header are 
>>> used when messages travel via proxies.. and also according to some 
>>> tests done with .Net, IIS does seem to work with the full URL 
>>> (however I didn't see this myself, but Ruwan will be able to share 
>>> this info).. maybe you can check against .Net and see if there is a 
>>> difference..
>> What is the client you guys are using to send the full URL in the 
>> request? We used tcpmon to resend the message wit had modified URL. 
>> We also used telnet to test this. But a hint on the client you are 
>> using would be helpful to debug.
> We used Apache Synapse.. you can also telnet manually as shown on my 
> initial mail.. if you manually telnet, make sure about the 
> Content-Length header correctless

Telnetting is a pain when debugging. If we proxy Axis2/C echo sample 
with Synapse, I hope we should be able to recreate this. Correct?


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Samisa Abeysinghe 
Director, Engineering; WSO2 Inc. - "The Open Source SOA Company"

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