WCF / ASMX :: Soap Response Does Not Match With TCPMon Tool?
Feb 3, 2011
When I call a webservice function through WSDL, my response when catched through application does not match with TCPMon tool. Is there a way that I can catch the response before it even reaches the application.
I am developing a web application which uses a third party Web service. It requires Username & Password in SOAP Header request. I am passing those credentials well and the web service returns an XML string in Response and also a SESSION ID in the SOAP Header.
I don't know how to read/access the soap header from the response sent from the web service.
ASP.Net 2.0 Web Services automatically create both SOAP 1.1 and SOAP 1.2 bindings. Our web service, however, has SOAP extensions and custom exception handling that make the assumption that only the SOAP 1.1 binding is used (for example, the SOAP extension uses the HTTP SOAPAction header to control behavior).
I am looking to correct the code that makes these assumptions and make it work with either SOAP 1.1 or SOAP 1.2 properly. I am running into a bit of a problem in the generation of elements for our SOAP faults.
Consider the following web method implementation:
The SOAP 1.2 response now has the wrong qualified name for the detail element. It should be <soap:Detail>, but instead is merely <detail>, same as the SOAP 1.1 response.
It seems that the ASP.Net 2.0 framework has done quite a bit to transform a SOAPException into the appropriate form for the SOAP version, but neglected to properly handle the detail element. Additionally, they don't seem to have exposed the correct SOAP 1.2 qualified name for the detail element as was done with the SoapException.DetailElementName property.
So, what is the correct way to add a detail element to a SOAP fault response that works for both SOAP 1.1 and SOAP 1.2? Do I need to detect the SOAP version myself and hard-code the SOAP 1.2 qualified name for the detail element?
I have an application that is using a traditional web reference (not WCF service reference). I'd like to capture the request and response SOAP envelopes being processed for my referenced service (under the hood). I know how to do this with custom behavior using WCF, but how do I do this using a traditional web reference?
In my ASP.Net (2.0) Web Service implementation (The implementation class derives from
System.Web.Services.WebService with WebServiceBinding confirming to WsiProfiles.BasicProfile1_1 .
The SOAP response sent out by the Service has two elements missing :
1> The XML header itself : (<?xml version="1.0">)
2> The opening and closing Envelope tags with NameSpace ("<S:Envelope xmlns:S=http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/>" and "</S:Envelope>" ).
This results in "breaking" of my client unless the above mentioned headers are inserted at the client end, and my intent is to avoid bypasses at the client end as far as popssible.Is this the default behavior ?
I'm getting this message when going to a web app that accesses my service.
"The content type text/html of the response message does not match the content type of the binding (text/xml; charset=utf-8)..."
The thing is, it happens once in a while even when no changes have been made to the service or the web app. And I can make it go away most of the time by going directly to the .svc?wsdl page in my browser and then coming back to the web app.
I have a SOAP webservice. One method has a return type of XmlDocument. I then sent this service to guys that need to consume it. And this is there response: I see the web service returns and xml string. Why not just wrap the results in the web service response itself? what he means by that? I have asked, but I have received no reply from him yet. That I can make it return proper XML and not XML formatted string?
This question seems to be pretty close to what I am looking for - I was able to setup tracing and I am looking at the log entries for my calls to the service.However I need to see the raw soap request with the data I am sending to the service and I see no way of doing that from the SvcTraceViewer (only log entries are shown but no data sent to the service) - am I just missing configuration?
I wrote a webmethod (Called SearchData()) in which the method makes a httpwebrequest to another url and gets the data in xmldocument. After getting the xmlDocument ,it is returned to SearchData method invoker. When i invoke the from browser it works fine. But When another application in java tries to consume this webmethod SearchData(), it is getting the error
and each part should be type defined. The WSDL file is not well formatted. it doesn't have Type defined at each element. How to fix this.or Is there any other Better way to provide the end user the xml(ie from httpwebrequest result in webmethod ) with a soap wrapper ie with a well defined wsdl. My code :
I have a requirement to build a simple ASP.NET web page which sends some parameters to a web service, and then displays the string which was returned. I'm a complete .NET newby and the only examples I can find seem really really complex. I just need something mega simple, but which an handle parameters being sent to the web service. Can anyone point me in the direction of a simple bit of C# which will do this with no frills or fuss?
This is my first time trying to send a SOAP request in C#. When I click the Test button I should be passing a XML string to the web services and then getting a response. The lblTransactionNum label updates with "System.Net.ConnectStream" when it should be returning a transaction number within an unparsed response.
I'm not sure if the way I went about this is ideal but it is just from what I learned searching.
Here is my code
what I am missing? I have a desktop application that uses this web service in the same way but it is in VB.
Here is the VBscript from the desktop app if it contains some extra parsing steps that I will have to add to the C# for my web application but right now I am just trying to get the SOAP request and response wired up.
I have been given access to a web service that I can use to pull valuable data for my company. The issue I am having is I don't know where to begin writing out the returned values. I am using an asp.net VB web file to connect to the web service and call the wanted procedures. I have added the web service as an web reference in my project, other than that I am stuck. Here is what I have so far;
So basically I am writing out an array but it comes out like this;
This is not the expected the return but from what I understand the VeroWebService.SaleModel is like the parent xml/SOAP element.The expected return is more like;
I am using a third party Web Service. I am passing a string to a function in that service, that string, which i am reading from a UTF-8 text file. The problem it that the string contain some non ASCII characters.
Now if i save that text file to ANSI format, read it in a string and pass that string to Service then it works smoothly but with UTF-8 encoded string the service throw exception [Code]....
NON ASCII characters UTF-8 encoding SOAP
I am using ASP.NET.
Third party sevice is in java. I also tried it by making a web service in .net, but there was issue there too.
I have a web service running somewhere... I have added a reference of the same in my project. I had used SOAP UI to check the outgoing and incoming SOAP messages.
Now what i need is to MODIFY the SOAP message after it has been created (I wont be creating the soap message manually,) modify as in, I mean to insert some element into the header (such as public key etc) and encrypt the contents present in the body.
I have tried a lot of googling and have come to conclusion that i may have to use the SoapExtension Class.But i just dont understand how to do it.
There are method like ProcessMessage(... which require SoapMessage as input parameter. Now how to read a generated SoapMessage is still unclear to me. I dont want to read the Soap message using tools (fiddler, soapui etc). I wish to read it programmatically.