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WebServices Element and .Net Webservices

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Created by: SEAN NILSEN on 27-01-2009 04:44:25 AM
Has anyone successfully utilized a WebServices element in a CVP 4.1 environment?

My problem is that while I can load the WSDL into Studio, and I can configure the Request and Response, I get the following error when actually calling the Element:

The error was: SOAP 1.1 Binding with null invocation parameter is not allowed with HTTP POST Request Method in MESSAGE mode The error was:
The root cause was: javax.xml.ws.WebServiceException: SOAP 1.1 Binding with null invocation parameter is not allowed with HTTP POST Request Method in MESSAGE mode
com.audium.server.AudiumException:

I know the error LOOKS like I'm missing a parameter, but really, there's only one and I've even statically set it and am considering building it statically in another webservice just to see what it says when I don't have to pass ANY parameters.

Has anyone run across this before (and hopefully resolved it)?

Subject: Re: WebServices Element and .Net Webservices
Replied by: Janine Graves on 27-01-2009 06:48:45 PM
Someone posted the same question a month or two back but in a 7.0.1
environment.
They then posted that the problem was resolved when they updated their
client and server system to 7.0.2 patch.

You should find out if the same patch exists for 4.1
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I'm using CVP 9.0(1) and I see the same error.  In particular I'm using theHttpPost Port from my WSDL and I get the errror: element,error,The error was: SOAP/HTTP Binding in MESSAGE is not allowed with a null invocation argument. Must be: PAYLOAD

Now I switch the Port to be Soap instead of HttpPost and it works fine. 

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