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SOAP Web Services for use in InfoPath


SOAP Web Services for use in InfoPath

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I have created a Native XML Web Service using SOAP/HTTP. When I try to use the WSDL in InfoPath to receive data, I get the following error message:

"The file is not a valid XML file.
Not enough storage is available to process this command"

I am using a Vista development machine, and a 32 bit SQL 2005 Server running Windows 2003 R3. I have SP2 installed on the SQL server.

Thanks,

ML
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Is the XML file simply huge? That's what the error message seems to indicate to me.

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Since I am new to SharePoint,InfoPath, and Web Services I am not sure how to view the XML file. I do know that the Stored Procedure that the Web Method calls returns only 248 rows of data.

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The error message "The file is not a valid XML file. Not enough storage is available to process this command" that I was getting did not have anything to do with memory or storage. It was a permissions issue. After creating a SOAP Endpoint the Server Administrator needs to "GRANT CONNECT ON ENDPOINT: ". Then the WSDL request from InfoPath will connect.

Thanks for the help

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Good old fashioned useless error messages! Glad you got it fixed.

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