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Gurv Varman
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This Web Service is deployed on the integration broker ICS (IBM WBI suit) and web services adaptor agent is polling for the events.

When an J2EE application deployed on WAS (version 6.0.0) fires a request for this web services this message gets logged into the web services adaptor log:

Mesg: HTTP listener "SOAPHTTPListener1": Parsing failed for the request. The error message returned is "413 Request entity too large
Stack Trace:
com.ibm.adapters.protocol.exceptions.PAHTTPExecuteException: 413 Request entity too large
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.checkHeaderLength(PAHttpConnection.java(Inlined Compiled Code))
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.readCRLF(PAHttpConnection.java(Inlined Compiled Code))
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.checkRequestLine(PAHttpConnection.java(Compiled Code))
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.readHeaders(PAHttpConnection.java:373)
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.handle(PAHttpConnection.java:232)
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.protocollisteners.http.PAHttpServiceRequest.executeRequest(PAHttpServiceRequest.java:178)
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.protocollisteners.PAListenerWorkerThreadImpl.run(PAListenerWorkerThreadImpl.java:141)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:570)
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What can be done to resolve this issue?
Thanks in advance..
 
William Brogden
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This location in the trace
at com.ibm.adapters.protocol.util.http.PAHttpConnection.checkHeaderLength(PAHttpConnection.java(Inlined Compiled Code))


suggests to me that something is reallllllly odd about the request headers and/or generation of the blank line that separates headers from body. You really need to get a look at the full text of the request. In a simpler situation I would suggest something like TCPMON - I have no idea which tools are available in WAS.

Bill
 
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