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Help! Soap connection problems

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I'm trying to create a new SOAP service connection data source using Designer 2010.

I enter the service description URL, with "?wsdl" at the end, and it connects just fine, providing me with a Port and a list of Operation choices. However, no matter what Operation I choose, I only see a single Parameters entry, called "parameters", that, when I click the Modify button, allows me to enter a corresponding value that is "Element: 1 of 1". This is true whether I select an operation with no parameters, one parameter, or more than one parameter.

Is this really what I should get? The Web Services layer I am connecting to is WebLogic. No name/password is required. I've tried various operation/parameter entries, but I always get an error ("The server returned a non-specific error...") when I try to add a Data View to a page.

Any idea what might be going wrong?



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