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Hello There! Good Morning!

I'm with a problem here.
I have to send a XML through a WebService.
This XML must be compressed on a ZLib format, and then put on Base64 format.

Until here, everything is OK.

when I send this XML and the structure and the information is wrong I receive the a small return saying me what is wrong, and this is working fine.

My problem is when I send everything right and I should receive another XML that's contains important information for me, I receive just part of the XML.

But after some tests, I realized that when I receive the answer. I got only a part of it. The return XML is cut in a random place. Like if the communication was ended before have finished. I receive all time around 4-6ko. The size is not constant.

I thought about a network problem. I have tested in another network, is the same.

I add a timeout on my side but nothing change.

I really don't know what more to try.

Here go my codes:

    public String envioWs(String msg){
            String urlWS = "URL";
            Object[] params = {geraMsgComp(msg)};
            Service service = new Service();
            Call call = (Call) service.createCall();
            //call.setTimeout(new Integer(999999999));
            String ret = (String) call.invoke(params);
            ret = geraString(ret.getBytes());
            return ret;
        catch(Exception ex){
            return null;

The method "geraMsgComp" just compressed the XML on a ZLib format, and then put on Base64 format, the method "geraString" does exactly the reversion.

any ideas???

Thanks for your future advises.
Posted 14-Jan-13 3:08am

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Solution 1

Hello There!!

I have found the error.
It wasn't in this part of the code, it was in the ZLib class, the decompress method.
It was setting a limit to the size of the string to decompress.

Thanks for all who had tried.


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