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  • Felicitas Wilcke Felicitas Wilcke Partner
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    I have the following scenario:

    Customer application server sends StreamIn via TCP/IP
    Strs generates XMLOut
    Strs sends XMLOut to remote server

    I checked URL, user and password for the target server, all correct

    When I send the data the admin of the target server sais that they can't see anything arriving.
    The local admin here can't see any problem but in my logfile I have the following:

        (HTTPSUBMIT) Method=POST
        (HTTPSUBMIT) URL=http://xx.xx.xx.xx/1CWebTest/ws/Exchange_1C_M3?wsdl
        (HTTPSUBMIT) Content-type=text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
        (HTTPSUBMIT) HTTP version=HTTP/1.0
        (HTTPSUBMIT) Authentication=1=Basic
        (HTTPSUBMIT) User name=xxxxx
        (HTTPSUBMIT) Password=xxxxxx
        (HTTPSUBMIT) Response place connector=http_response
        (HTTPSUBMIT) On failure file=.\submission_failed\failed.txt
        (HTTPSUBMIT) On failure place connector=http_response
        (HTTPSUBMIT) On failure content-type=text/xml
    (HTTPSUBMIT) Error storing response from:http://xx.xx.xx.xx/1CWebTest/ws/Exchange_1C_M3?wsdl

    I have set up two output connectors, a normal http connector and a http-response connector. The first one is configured in the runtime to use the response connector but for this one there is no possibility to define a target for the response received from the remote system.

    Anyone any idea what's wrong?

    Friday 25 March, 2011
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    Felicitas Wilcke Felicitas Wilcke Partner
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    Customer provided a wrong (but existing) URL, so it couldn't work

    Monday 28 March, 2011
  • Stefan Cohen Stefan Cohen StreamServe Employee Administrator
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    Are you sending to the right address? the right port? Maybe a firewall blocking the request? Can you telnet to the service from the host where the server is running?

    You are posting using http 1.0. Is the remote service 1.0 compliant or does it require 1.1?

    //Stefan

     

    Friday 25 March, 2011
  • Marcel Janus Marcel Janus
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    Maybe you or the admin should look at the target server wirth a networksniffer if anything is arriving. That would make it clear where the problem is.

    Friday 25 March, 2011
  • Felicitas Wilcke Felicitas Wilcke Partner
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    The address is right, port is not changed, 80 as usual for http. The admin here told me on my side is no blocking firewall and I can access the remote server in the bowser window with URL, user and password; this seems to work.
    The host is not accessible via telnet on port 23, perhaps it is blocked.

    http/1.1 gives the same result as http/1.0

    @Marcel the target server is in Russia and we have no admin rights here to log on to the server.

    I hoped it would be a problem at my side because communication with the other side is quite complicated.

     

     

    Friday 25 March, 2011
  • Felicitas Wilcke Felicitas Wilcke Partner
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    Customer provided a wrong (but existing) URL, so it couldn't work

    Monday 28 March, 2011

 

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