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From "Mark Whitlock (JIRA)" <axis-c-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (AXISCPP-689) SIGSEGV in HTTPTransport::FindTransportPropertyIndex when no SOAPAction set
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2005 21:01:46 GMT
SIGSEGV in HTTPTransport::FindTransportPropertyIndex when no SOAPAction set
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         Key: AXISCPP-689
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-689
     Project: Axis-C++
        Type: Bug
  Components: Transport (axis3)  
    Reporter: Mark Whitlock


I was using the dynamic client API against a server that did not require SOAPAction to be
set. So I did not set SOAPAction in my client application. When I invoked the web service
I got a SIGSEGV out of HTTPTransport.FindTransportIndex....

[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	Call.invoke()	@0012FEE8
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	 ClientAxisEngine.process()	@003265D8,00326338 [3863320040FFFFFFFF12004CFFFFFFFF1200FFFFFFEC154000]
<8c2.@...L....@.>
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	  HTTPTransport.getSessionId()	@00326338
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	<	  HTTPTransport.getSessionId()	@00326338,""
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	  HTTPTransport.getServiceName()	@00326338
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	   HTTPTransport.FindTransportPropertyIndex()	"SOAPAction"
[13/06/2005 21:47:17:000]	1	>	    Call.~Call()	@0012FEE8

This is because FindTransportPropertyIndex has a do...while loop that assumes there will always
be at least one transport property set, which is true if generated stubs are used, but false
when using the dynamic client API.


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