Is your SOAPAction correct??
The tempURI.org is a Microsoft standard placeholder - usually replaced by a
proper URI or hostname name, etc.
[mailto:u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org] On Behalf Of Peter Cheney
Sent: Tuesday, 16 April 2013 4:14 PM
To: U2 Users List (email@example.com)
Subject: [U2] UV Creating a Soap Request
Recently I had some success getting a secure version of this to work etc. but
now "they" want to change it to non-SSL so am trying to get plain old http to
Using this example as a starting point:
I've managed to (I think) translate the example above with our URL and soap
action etc. but I have a question regarding the UV SOAPCreateRequest and hope
someone may be able to assist.
The URL I specify in SOAPCreateRequest is
However in the log file I get:
04/16/2013 15:05:16 [ 446706 925928 ] Assembled Request:
POST /apps/jobs/Services/Job.svc HTTP/1.1
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 05:05:16 GMT
User-Agent: IBM UniVerse 11.x
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
The POST seems to be missing the first part of the URL and with the response
being a "400 bad request" I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to force
the complete URL?
In particular is there a SOAP command that I'm missing? Briefly I do the
following in this order:
Ret = setHTTPDefault( "VERSION" , "1.1" ) Ret = SOAPSetDefault( "VERSION" ,
"1.2" ) Ret = SOAPCreateRequest( URL , SoapAction , SoapReq ) Ret =
SOAPSetRequestContent( SoapReq , PAYLOAD , 1 ) Ret = SOAPSubmitRequest(
SoapReq, Timeout, RespHeaders, RespData, SoapStatus )
The return codes from above are:
setHTTPDefault result = 0
SOAPSetDefault result = 0
SOAPCreateRequest result = 0
SOAPSetRequestContent result = 0
SOAPSubmitRequest result = 0
The SoapStatus from SOAPSubmitRequest above is:
Response status : 400▒Bad Request
The RespHeaders returned from SOAPSubmitRequest above is:
Response headers :
16 Apr 2013 05:46:06 GMT▒Content-Length▒0
To me the soap action seems good and the xml in the payload looks ok too so it
has to be something in the delivery. We're running UV 10.3.4 on AIX 5.3.
Reckon I must be missing something above so looking at the basic ref manual but
it does not indicate if any of the soap commands therein and the above have
other dependencies/pre-requisites and in what order they should occur. I guess
a prior soap knowledge is expected but I'm just starting to get into this so if
anyone can assist that'd be really helpful thanks.
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