Remoting - Invalid XML Returned

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by evilfish, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. evilfish

    evilfish New Member

    Hiho,
    Endevauring to get the remoting framework going so that users can be bulk modified.

    Running ISPConfig 2.3.3-dev, PHP 5.2.4 with xml enabled.

    Test script appears to connect OK, but then won't return any data (testing with just list_resellers) -

    Code:
    soap_client: call: login, Array, , , , 
    soap_client: endpointType: 
    soap_client: in serialize_val: admin, user, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: in serialize_val: adminpass, pass, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: endpoint: http://serverip:81/remote/index.php, soapAction: , namespace: http://testuri.org
    soap_client: sending msg (len: 578) w/ soapaction ''...
    soap_client: transporting via HTTP
    soap_client: sending message, length: 578
    soap_client: transport debug data...
    soap_transport_http: scheme = http
    soap_transport_http: host = serverip
    soap_transport_http: port = 81
    soap_transport_http: path = /remote/index.php
    soap_transport_http: entered send() with data of length: 578
    soap_transport_http: connection params: serverip, 81
    soap_transport_http: socket connected
    soap_transport_http: wrote data to socket
    soap_transport_http: received 2479 bytes of data from server
    soap_transport_http: closed socket
    soap_transport_http: received incoming payload: 2479
    soap_transport_http: found proper separation of headers and document
    soap_transport_http: cleaned data, stringlen: 2039
    soap_transport_http: end of send()
    
    soap_client: got response, length: 2039
    soap_client: Entering parseResponse(), about to create soap_parser instance
    soap_client: soap_parser: Entering soap_parser()
    soap_parser: found root struct loginResponse, pos 2
    soap_parser: adding data for scalar value soapVal of value 381d7c5cb0e5c3d844e69c9effae6195
    soap_parser: inside buildVal() for loginResponse(pos 2) of type struct
    soap_parser: parsed successfully, found root struct: 2 of name loginResponse
    
    soap_client: sent message successfully and got a(n) array back
    soap_client: call: service, Array, , , , 
    soap_client: endpointType: 
    soap_client: in serialize_val: 381d7c5cb0e5c3d844e69c9effae6195, sid, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: in serialize_val: reseller, module, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: in serialize_val: reseller_list, function, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: in serialize_val: , params, , , , , encoded
    soap_client: endpoint: http://serverip:81/remote/index.php, soapAction: , namespace: http://testuri.org
    soap_client: sending msg (len: 707) w/ soapaction ''...
    soap_client: transporting via HTTP
    soap_client: sending message, length: 707
    soap_client: transport debug data...
    soap_transport_http: scheme = http
    soap_transport_http: host = serverip
    soap_transport_http: port = 81
    soap_transport_http: path = /remote/index.php
    soap_transport_http: entered send() with data of length: 707
    soap_transport_http: connection params: serverip, 81
    soap_transport_http: socket connected
    soap_transport_http: wrote data to socket
    soap_transport_http: received 594 bytes of data from server
    soap_transport_http: closed socket
    soap_transport_http: received incoming payload: 594
    soap_transport_http: found proper separation of headers and document
    soap_transport_http: cleaned data, stringlen: 206
    soap_transport_http: end of send()
    
    soap_client: got response, length: 206
    soap_client: Entering parseResponse(), about to create soap_parser instance
    soap_client: soap_parser: Entering soap_parser()
    soap_parser: parse error: XML error on line 2: Invalid document end
    
    soap_client: sent message successfully and got a(n) NULL back
    Is what the debug tells me. I find no errors generated in /root/ispconfig/httpd/logs/error_log.

    I'm a bit stumped - any suggestions as to what I've borked up here? :)
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    Do you get any errors in the sllogs in /root/ispconfig/httpd/logs/ ?
     
  3. evilfish

    evilfish New Member

    till - Intruiging - I have no sllogs.

    I have no errors in ssl_engine_log (but I'm not using ssl, so this is to be expected.)

    Where else should I be looking?

    Thanks :)
     

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