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2 replies Latest Post - ‏2012-12-28T10:50:42Z by DavidBlanco
DavidBlanco
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Pinned topic Incomplete markup or missing document element at line 1

‏2012-12-26T16:35:21Z |
Hello, i have a problem,

I use a multprotocol gateway

When i send a message with attachment, if i do it with curl directy against the datapower, from a unix machine, the message pass ok and it´s send to the backside, but, if the call comes from a balancer -> F5 -> balancer -> datapower, the packets are cut and i get the next text y datapower logs

implied action Parse input as SOAP, attempt pipeline failed: Incomplete markup or missing document element at line 1 of http://datapowerip:port/xxx/xxxx/xxxx/xxxx/ -

Any idea?, this means that the message comes from the balancer incorrectly?

Thank you very much.
Updated on 2012-12-28T10:50:42Z at 2012-12-28T10:50:42Z by DavidBlanco
  • HermannSW
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    Re: Incomplete markup or missing document element at line 1

    ‏2012-12-26T20:42:10Z  in response to DavidBlanco
    Hello,

    > When i send a message with attachment, if i do it with curl directy against the datapower, from a unix machine, the message pass ok and it´s send to the backside,
    > but, if the call comes from a balancer -> F5 -> balancer -> datapower, the packets are cut and i get the next text y datapower logs
    >
    > implied action Parse input as SOAP, attempt pipeline failed: Incomplete markup or missing document element at line 1 of http://datapowerip:port/xxx/xxxx/xxxx/xxxx/ -
    >
    I would say that you proved that your balancer does modify the message
    (in case you did send the same message with same options to F5 and DataPower).

    You should take a packet capture for same request in both cases.
    Doing "Follow TCP stream" in Wireshark will then tell you what the balancer modified.
    This could be a good basis for discussion with your network people.

     
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  • DavidBlanco
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    Re: Incomplete markup or missing document element at line 1

    ‏2012-12-28T10:50:42Z  in response to DavidBlanco
    thank you very much,

    it´s look like that is a error in the tcp packets transmission.