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Re: No SOAP input for WS!

   Yeah, but the point to remember here is WS is not receiving any XML
   input. But if you debug the RPG, you can see a well packed XML is
   going out.

   On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:07 AM, Richard Wilson
   <[1]Richard.Wilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

     So, the tools you are using are functioning correctly, but the data
     you are asking to be sent is deemed to be invalid by the web
     If it were me, I would rely on the correct XML being produced by
     HTTPAPI, and quiz the web service about what it is expecting and
     whether it can be termed 'deviant'

   > -----Original Message-----
   > From: Mohamed Musthafa Safarulla
   > [mailto:[2]mohamedmusthafa.safarulla@xxxxxxxxx]

   > Sent: 27 August 2009 16:23
   > To: HTTPAPI and FTPAPI Projects
   > Subject: Re: No SOAP input for WS!

   > Yeah. This error code means the XML string is invalid.
   > Hhmhmmhhm. Let me dig my brain...Debugged the RPG checked SOAP, its
   > debugged the WS from the entry point itself SOAP is not there. Looks
   > enough for days to figure out what is it. I will share it if i find
   > something.
   > Thanks,
   > Musthafa
   > On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 7:52 AM, Mike Krebs
   > <[3]mkrebs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
   > > You are getting an error back from the web service. The error is
   > in
   > > your debug and looks like this:
   > >
   > > <errorCode>TTD130</errorCode>
   > >
   > > So, you need to look at the web service documentation and see what
   > TTD130
   > > is. The debug listing shows correctly formed XML, that it is being
   > from
   > > HTTPAPI and that you are getting a response. Once you find out
   > TTD130
   > > is, you can correct the XML and your problem will be solved.
   > >
   > > Mike Krebs

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