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soap url problem...

Hi All,

I was getting this error when I call the webservice in WSNAVIGATOR...

Document is not well-formed: Start-tag 'p' is different from end-tag 'ul'

Whatz this 'p' and 'ul'?

Where as when I use the browser, I was able to access the service and methods.

What would be the problem.

Thanks in Adv

Best regards,

SOAP Aspirant...

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    Oct 13, 2009 at 07:11 PM

    Hi,

    I guess some problem with your configuration file. Check the URL for any additional characters.

    Regards,

    Neetesh

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    • Former Member

      I did checked the URL. Where can find the Configuration file? We have External Definition only.

      If the WS Config File got problem, even the URL should'n work from browser. Isn't it?

      The WS was a standard Service from Vendor. I don't think something problem with the WS.

      Is there any special case, I need to take care? Thanks...

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    Former Member
    Oct 14, 2009 at 04:35 AM
    Document is not well-formed: Start-tag 'p' is different from end-tag 'ul' 
    Whatz this 'p' and 'ul'?

    This message indicates that there is some tag by name p and ul and one of these two is not properly closed (</p> or </ul> is missing).

    Check the wsdl file that you are using in WSNAVIGATOR and manually check if you find any tag which is opened but not closed.

    Regards,

    Abhishek.

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    • Former Member

      The interface is working fine and even I got SOAP response.

      When I tried in Browser, it was working fine, in interface its working fine...

      But in WSNAVIGATOR, it giving the error message. Its not even going to Select Interface...

      The message is:

      Document is not well-formed: Start-tag 'p' is different from end-tag 'ul'...