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From NORMAN MANN <normanm...@btinternet.com>
Subject Problem creating SoapMessage with HttpClient
Date Fri, 21 Aug 2009 16:51:33 GMT
Hi all,

thanks in advance for your help.

I am trying to post to a Soap 12 service using Http client.
This problem has been hurting my head for a few days. The Web service is generated using Oracle
web services. As part of this, a web page is generated to test the web services with. Its
just a HTML form where you can paste the SOAP body into.

The test with the pound sign seems to work fine in the web page version.

My problem is related to the British Pound Sign (£) and /or utf-8 encoding.  I know utf-8
supports this character.

There are lots of parts of our system which could be corrupting it, but I think I have nailed
it down to one area. Please find a snippet of code below and the trace of the HTTP traffic.

Are the bytes  [0xc2][0xa3] in the HTTP post a problem?
I have edited the code/logs slightly for clarity and to take out some private things.

I either get a 500 error (For some reason the server cant find the end
Soap:Env tag) or an HTTP 400 (Bad request) from another implementation
of the web service.

Thanks in Advance

Cheers
Norm




 PostMethod post = new PostMethod(endpoint);
 post.setRequestHeader("Content-Length", ""+soapString.length());
  post.setRequestHeader("SOAPAction", "SOAP ACTION REMOVED");
   HttpClient httpclient = new HttpClient();
  httpclient.getParams().setParameter("http.connection.timeout", new Integer(30000));
  httpclient.getParams().setParameter("http.protocol.content-charset", "UTF-8");
          
          // Execute request
          try {
              post.setRequestEntity(new StringRequestEntity(soapString, "application/soap+xml",
"UTF-8"));

              int result = httpclient.executeMethod(post);
.....

2009/08/21 16:55:22:329 BST [DEBUG] HttpConnection - Open connection to sworks03:80
2009/08/21 16:55:22:376 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "POST /xxx
 HTTP/1.1[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:376 BST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Adding Host request header
2009/08/21 16:55:22:392 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "Content-Length: 1199[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:392 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "SOAPAction: xxx[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:392 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "User-Agent: Jakarta Commons-HttpClient/3.1[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:392 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "Host: xxx[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "Content-Type: application/soap+xml;
charset=UTF-8[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] header - >> "[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "<?xml version="1.0" versions="UTF-8"?><soap:Envelope
xmlns:soap="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope">[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "    <soap:Body ><request
SchemaVersion="5.0" >[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                   
<AuthorityResponse>[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                       
<NotificationType>1600</NotificationType>[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                       
<NotificationSequenceNumber>2</NotificationSequenceNumber>[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                       
<VersionCreatedDatim>2008-02-08T10:53:52</VersionCreatedDatim>[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                       
<NotificationComments>Duration change [0xc2][0xa3]   </NotificationComments>[\n]"

2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "                </request>
</soap:Body>[\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] content - >> "</soap:Envelope>"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:454 BST [DEBUG] EntityEnclosingMethod - Request body sent
2009/08/21 16:55:22:532 BST [DEBUG] header - << "HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error[\r][\n]"
2009/08/21 16:55:22:532 BST [DEBUG] header - << "HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error[\r][\n]"


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