Unhandled exception while Audit Redemption

  • James Spurck

    James Spurck - 2012-07-25

    It appears that my nusoap script is processing the info. But for some unknown reason I get the following error back from the other server I am trying to handshake with (Linux server  to Windows server ):

    HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error
    <faultcode>soap:Server</faultcode><faultstring>System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Unhandled exception occured.  Your incident number for this error is 17387502.System.Exception: Unhandled exception while Audit Redemption. --&gt; System.Xml.XmlException: '.', hexadecimal value 0x00, is an invalid character. Line 1, position 39.

  • Juan Carlos

    Juan Carlos - 2012-08-04

    I was having the same problem minutes ago, <faultcode>soap:Server</faultcode> with a HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error.

    But I change 2 things the client:

    $client = new nusoap_client('https://url.asmx?WSDL', true); <- I included the boolean and the ?WSDL

    And in the class.soapclient.php, I added the HTTP Authentication. Here:

    class nusoap_client extends nusoap_base  {

    var $username = 'username'; // Username for HTTP authentication
    var $password = 'something'; // Password for HTTP authentication

    I hope this will fix your problem

  • James Spurck

    James Spurck - 2012-08-14

    Thanks for the reply, but I have a script that fills and passes all that info through as variables.

    My problem is related to the " '.', hexadecimal value 0x00, is an invalid character " Apparently that is a referring to a null character which is an invalid character. My question is, is that something to do with nuSOAP script or the XML file on the Windows server where I am trying to create a successful handshake?

    I have all encoding matching the XML file which is using "UTF-8."

    I wish I had access to the XML file, but that is on the server that I am trying to create a successful handshake and I don't want to be quick in judging that the problem is on their side, giving the fact that they have other clients currently using it.


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