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ESB Proxy XML Request inside CDATA tag in SOAP request

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ESB Proxy XML Request inside CDATA tag in SOAP request
Tag : wso2 , By : user152423
Date : November 28 2020, 04:01 AM

Any of those help Usually you can use xslt to remove the CDATA block. In this case the will cause trouble but I think I managed to solve that using substring, wasn't able to test this though (edit: but it works according to feedback below) https://xsltfiddle.liberty-development.net/pPqsHUz/1
An alternative would be to use the script mediator to do some stringmagic in javascript to extract the part between myservice and /myservice
<xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
  version="2.0" xmlns:svc="http://integration.myservice.com"
    xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">

  <!-- match all elements that are not 'svc:myservice' and ignore -->
  <xsl:template match="@* | node()">
        <xsl:apply-templates select="@* | node()"/>
  </xsl:template>

  <!-- match svc:myservice and copy the entire CDATA string after the ?xml line -->
  <xsl:template match="svc:myservice">
     <xsl:copy>
       <xsl:value-of select="substring-after(., '?>')" disable-output-escaping="yes"/>
     </xsl:copy>
  </xsl:template>
</xsl:stylesheet>

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Get SOAP request body in proxy client


Tag : chash , By : unfool
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue With a WCF based client, you can create an endpoint behavior to intercept the request & response messages. This TechNet article shows how to access the message being sent and the response message. Your WCF client can be generated by either adding a Service Reference in Visual Studio, using SvcUtil to manually generate your client code or rolling your own proxy directly in code using the ChannelFactory class.
Your logging code would always write out the request message with a status of requested and a timestamp to some data store (file, database, etc.) When the response message is received, it would match request message somehow from the response message contents and update the data store to change the status to responded. Selecting all the messages from the data store with the status of requested older that some time period would list all the failed messages.

Parse error when embedding XML into the CDATA section in a SOAP Request


Tag : java , By : DK.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Note: The xml in my question is not well-formed however, I just use it to test that if Axis changing the '<', '>' characters (escape codes) to escape characters like '<' and '>' inside the CDATA section of the XML.
There are two solutions;

How to create SOAP request with CDATA


Tag : java , By : Lars
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I am new to SOAP,I want to create SOAP request,as given below , You need to create and add a CDATASection:
CDATASection cdata = 
    requestDoc.getOwnerDocument().createCDATASection("<element>text</element>");
requestDoc.appendChild(cdata);
<![CDATA[<element>text</element>]]>

how to get the attribute value inside cdata from the response and use it in other request


Tag : groovy , By : Priyatna Harun
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Here is the Script Assertion for the first request step. This will avoid additional groovy script step in the test case.
Please follow the appropriate comments in-line:
/**
 * This is Script Assertion for the first
 * request step which extracts cdata from response,
 * then HIndex'es from extracted cdata. And
 * Assigns first value at test case level, so that
 * it can be used in the rest of the test steps of
 * the same test case.
 * */

/**
* Closure to parse and retrieve the data
* retrieves element or attribute
*/
def searchData = { data, item, itemType ->
    def parsedData = new XmlSlurper().parseText(data)
    if ('attribute' == itemType) {
        return parsedData?.'**'.findAll{it.@"$item".text()}*.@"$item"
    }
    parsedData?.'**'.find { it.name() == item} as String
}

//Assert response xml
assert context.response, "Response data is empty or null"

//Get the CDATA from response which is inside of HResult
def cData = searchData(context.response, 'HResult', 'element')

//Assert retrieved CDATA is not empty
assert cData, "Data inside of HResult is empty or null"

//Get the HIndex list
def hIndexes = searchData(cData, 'HIndex', 'attribute')

//Print list of hIndexes
log.info hIndexes

//Print the first in the list
log.info "First HIndex is : ${hIndexes?.first()}"

//Print the last in the list
log.info "Last HIndex is : ${hIndexes?.last()}"

//Use the required HIndex from the list
context.testCase.setPropertyValue('HINDEX', hIndexes?.first().toString())
//or the below one using index
//context.testCase.setPropertyValue('HINDEX', hIndexes[0]?.toString())

How to send request through SOAP UI with CDATA within CDATA to Java Application?


Tag : java , By : Kuer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I speculate that your problem is actually being caused by nested CDATA content. Can you try the following:
<![CDATA[
    <DataBatch>
      <DataUnits>
         <DataUnit>
          <FormTask>
           <ServiceCode>323015</ServiceCode>
           <Form>
            <FormData>
                    <![CDATA[
                        <melding> </melding>
                    ]]]]><![CDATA[>
            </FormData>
           </Form>
          </FormTask>
       </DataUnit>
     </DataUnits>
   </DataBatch>
 ]]>
]]]]><![CDATA[>
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