XML Reference XML Http Reference XSLT Reference XML Schema Reference.Note that the content type of the response header must be set to "text/ xml". Http header Content-Length in camel cxf client request. WebService Errror: org.apache.cxf.binding.soap.SoapFault: Fault occurred while processing.But the client (the other company) only accept Content-Type: text/xml charsetutf-8 There are two MIME assignments for XML data. These are: application/xml (RFC 3023). text/xml (RFC 3023). Because of the wide variety of documents that can be expressed using an XML syntax, additional MIME types are needed to differentiate between languages. org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11AprProtocolHttp11C onnectionHandler.
process( Http11AprProtocol.java:57 9) atSOAP expects xml. Hence the error. As to why its sending back html I can only guess, but its likely to be throwing some sort of error, which is being returned as In order to reply with my own xml error, I want to use apcustomresponse(r, HTTPINTERNALSERVERERROR, xml) However, default content type is "text /html". There are several ways to Send XML requests via HTTP POST. I am going to show you two ways.you are not sending XML file. while you are using Content-Type: text/xml. Where you want to send xml file? (which looks a bit weird for an XHTML document, but is ignored by XML parsers anyway). AND no meta element with a charset attribute. How about a third-level content-type, such as text/xml/rdf? A.12. Why use the plus () character for the suffix xml?The default of "us-ascii" holds even if the text/xml entity is transported using HTTP. Default the content type is "application/x-www-form-urlencoded", and not "multipart/form-data" like you said.
And the contenttype is not automatically set to text/xml when we paste a xml-file in an text-input. Shouldnt we use something like this: