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Problem with WebService (ATLSOAP_BLOB)

Problem with WebService (ATLSOAP_BLOB)

Problem with WebService (ATLSOAP_BLOB)


I have a problem with a WebService project.
I dont know where the bug is. The Programm is written in C++.
I believe its the ATLSOAP_BLOB, but im not sure.
I have a pointer to a own defined object called "document" where blob is in.

document->document.data = new unsigned char[100];
for(int i=0;i<100;i++)
    document->document.data[i] = 'a';
document->document.size = 100;
HRESULT hr = ownFuncOfWebservice(..., *document, ...);

It always failed. I have a Programm written in Basic which does the same, but it works! This is just one code example. I tried many more.

Thanx for any help.

RE: Problem with WebService (ATLSOAP_BLOB)

document->document.data[i] = (unsigned char)'a';

instead of

document->document.data[i] = 'a';

RE: Problem with WebService (ATLSOAP_BLOB)

The code was correct. The problem was somewhere else.

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