|I have been testing a JSON based web service with SoapUI and all was going well.|
_But_ in order to make my code work initially I had had to use:
root = yajl_stdin_load_tree ( *Off: errMsg );
In other words I had to tell YAJL that my data was in EBCDIC. This didn't make sense to me because I thought I was sending UTF8 but I needed it working and that resolution could wait for another day. Got the whole service working beautifully.
But two things happened
1) "another day" has arrived and
2) A problem with SoapUI has meant my request configuration was not saved. Tried to set it up again and now I cannot get a single *%^$ thing working.
If I tell SoapUI that the data is "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" - which I am pretty certain is what it was set as - then I get a message back from YAJL saying "unsupported content-type [application/json; charset=utf-8]"
OK - data _is_ UTF8 so I changed the *Off in the load tree to *On. But now YAJL simply blows up during the tree load.
I have tried every combination of content setting and *On/*Off combination I can think of and nothing is working. Even if I get past the load tree blowing up then YAJL blows up subsequently when trying to locate the first node.
Although I did play with the Apache config (trying to fix the UTF8/EBCDIC issue) I'm certain it is now back where it was and, other than the noted *On/*Off changes mentioned above, the program has not been changed from the working version.
Apache config is straightforward as set by the wizard with changes only to the ScriptAlias - it looks like this:
Hopefully someone with more experience in this area can point me in the right direction because right now I'm clueless.
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