Joined: 13 Jun 2012 Posts: 89 Location: United States
Here's another obscure question for you...
A .net web service client allows data elements to be entered that are greater than what the CICS web service provider is expecting. This results in DFHPI1009 "XML to data transformation" failed and an OUTPUT OVERFLOW SOAP message.
I would like to know if I can intercept the XML and prevent the error in a SOAP message Handler Application Interface program before the SOAP message Handler flags it as an error.
I have not found any documentation on the timing of when the Application Interface gets control. That's why I'm asking.
How was the parser generated? I mean are you using any third party product for generating DOM parsers or are you using SAX by capturing XML events? It almost sounds like WSDL has changed but the parser wasn't regen and if that is the case, the parser may need to be regenerated to comply with new fields/message size.