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MS SOAP 3.0 - Handling Non-Soap Responses(0x800A13BD)

MukeshMak (TechnicalUser) (OP)
10 Sep 03 8:16
Hi all,

I've built a C++ client which makes SOAP calls against a .NET web service using the Low Level APIs.

Under testing I have found that when the server returns a non-soap response no error isn't generated by the toolkit.

The following code extract depicts in greater detail what I am attempting to do:

  HRESULT hr = Connector->EndMessage()
catch( _com_error ce )
  /* Handle Error */

  Reader->Load(_variant_t((IUnknown*)Connector->OutputStream), "");
catch( _com_error ce )
  /* Handle Error */


Previous toolkits indicated an error on the first try/catch block.

In v3.0 the only reported error is when an attempt is made to associate the Connector outputstream to the Soap Reader object. The reported error is:

ce.ErrorMessage = "The parameter is incorrect"

Anyone got any ideas how I could verify, in advance whether a soap message has actually been received.

Sorry for the excess blurp.


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