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HTTP Adapter - xml format ?


I want to send an xml message ti xi via the plain http adapter, is there something special to add to the first node to precise it's the root node ?

my message is :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>



<Order MessageType="GETORDERLIST" DecimalSeparator="POINT" Currency="EUR">

<CustomerCode type="AG">0330029839</CustomerCode>









<CustomerOrderNumber />

<ERPOrderNumber />




it seems that xi does not recognize my ZVG_GetOrderList_requ as the root node.

any idea ?

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2004 at 09:35 PM

    You've got to have the namespace for your message. Here's an example of some XML that I use to test our plain adapter interface:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>">




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      Thanks Chris,

      I've already test this case but I already sent the namespace in the http request.

      When I send it in the xml messsage, XI fail in recever and sender determination.

      And now I've a parsing error and XI message monitoring indicates sender scheme : XI Party I think it's not alright !!

      I send my message at the folling address :


      before I send the namespace in the xml file, XI did the good sender and receiver determination, so I'am quite disappointed !!

      Message was edited by: Fabrice Petetin

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