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Proxy Object generation error HTTP error 110 for Web Service Consumption

Hi All,

I am trying to consume the following webservice:

Link: [https://www.mkdenial.com/DPLv2.svc?wsdl]

For the above purpose, I am creating Proxy object using the same URL.

But it is giving me error : HTTP error (return code 110, message "")

Then, I have tried by saving XML and WSDL file of the URL (opening it IE).

But it gives me error : Document not found (path

https://www.mkdenial.com/DPLv2.svc?wsdl=wsdl1,

error code 1)

Please help me to solve the problem.

Thanks.

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    Jul 29, 2009 at 06:58 PM

    Hi,

    This seems to network connectivity issue with mentioned webservice. Please check if proxy settings are provided for your SAP system (SOAMANAGER etc).

    Try to test this service from SOAPUI or WSNavigator.

    I am able to see this service.

    Regards,

    Gourav

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    Jul 29, 2009 at 08:12 PM

    Hello Saurabh,

    HTTP return code 110 is not a standard HTTP return code (the HTTP/1.1 specification mentions 100 and 101 as return codes beginning with a 1). That's probably why pulling the WSDL using the URL didn't work.

    In case the true return code was 101, the issue probably is that retrieving the WSDL takes too long ...

    Why the attempt using the locally stored WSDL doesn't work probably is the following:

    The WSDL you retrieved via the first URL is not self-contained. It doesn't contain any definition of port types and their in- and output message structures, but uses an wsdl:import statement to "include" this information from another source - the URL that appears in the error message. Maybe the system isn't prepared to pull the WSDL to be included, or it runs into the same error as above ...

    What you can try is: resolve the "import" statement(s) manually and create a self-contained WSDL file.

    This may require some work, though, since the second WSDL also contains an import statement, and the file to be imported by that statement contains 6 imports, and this may continue ...

    But maybe the site from which you retrieve the WSDL provides an option to retrieve a self-contained WSDL automatically?

    Hth,

    Markus

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    Aug 07, 2009 at 03:21 PM

    Hi ,

    Please check the defination of the WSDL of - https://www.mkdenial.com/DPLv2.svc?wsdl

    The WSDL file is notr defined correctly and it doesn't contains any message..so pls contact to WSDL providers and ask them for a well defined WSDL file.

    Hope this helps.

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