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Cannot generate stub objects for web service invocation.

Explorer ,
Apr 07, 2017

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Guys,

Anyone know, how can I solve this stub objects problem, follows below:

The ws is hosted in a Linux environment.

When I put the ws address in the browser, works without problem.

Tks,

Fabiano Magno Pechibella

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Cannot generate stub objects for web service invocation.

Explorer ,
Apr 07, 2017

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Guys,

Anyone know, how can I solve this stub objects problem, follows below:

The ws is hosted in a Linux environment.

When I put the ws address in the browser, works without problem.

Tks,

Fabiano Magno Pechibella

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LEGEND ,
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We need to see the code of the webservice.  The error message is indicating a never-ending iteration.  It could be database related, it could be something else.  What output are you expecting and what are you getting (other than the error message that you've provided a screencap of.)?

V/r,

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Apr 10, 2017

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Hi WolfShade,

Follows my request:

The incorrect response:

The correct response, but, dont work.

Thanks, for your help and your time.

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Apr 09, 2017

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It seems to be a PHP service, not ColdFusion.

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Use CFHTTP to make the call and dump the results.  This will give you the body of the call and you can then see if the call is returning proper xml.

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Hi Dave,

Using the cfhttp, returns the strutucture of the xml.

Fabiano Magno Pechibella

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