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Post Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 6:08 am Reply with quote    Back to top    

DataStage® Release: 8x
Job Type: Parallel
OS: Unix
This is a rather odd problem I believe.

The output I'm getting from my webservice call is an empty xml file (containing only a single line feed). I'm getting this result with a couple of different web service calls. Job design is simple - WS Client ---> File (and for "File", I've tried both sequential and XML Output stages).

Now, I know that I should have non-empty results for a couple of reasons -
-when pasting the soap request envelope copied from the log in "Trace" mode into SoapUI, I get the expected results.
--Also, in that same log file (in "Trace" mode), the XML Response envelope shows the expected xml data returned.
But somehow that data isn't making it out to my file.

I've tried calling these servives in both server and EE jobs, with the same results. (In the EE job, I also added a Peak stage after the WS Client stage, and the Peak shows empty as well - it simply displays the column name.)

Has anyone else run into this before? I also have a PMR open with IBM, but they haven't been able to provide much yet.

Thanks.
Tom
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Post Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 12:26 pm Reply with quote    Back to top    

If you are seeing the output in the "Trace" of the DataStage Log, then it may simply be that the output payload is too complex for the WSClient Stage.... Change your WSClient Stage so that its ou ...

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