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Error with russian text in request

Tools: Load Runner 12.53

Protocol: Web Services

Summary: I get error when I send russian text in parameter to SOAP service.

web_custom_request, soap_request, web_service_call doesnt work. When I delete russian symbols all working.

Same parameter working in SoapUA 5.2.0 or Fidler.

HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

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Re: Error with russian text in request

On a wild guess, you might be labeling your request to contain "Windows ASCII" or maybe ISO 8859 Latin1 (both 8 bit per character) characters but are sending UTF-8 (8, 16, 24 or 32 bits per character) or UCS-2 (16 bit per character)?

As you are using Fiddler, you might want to compare the request and reply being used when VuGen (or a load generator) is communicating with your sever with the corresponding request and reply used when SoapUI is communicating with you server.

Please keep us updated.

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Re: Error with russian text in request

Hello! I use text like "ДПП-23/45678"

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Re: Error with russian text in request

I'm sure you've seen what happens if you mislabel your data.

Say, putting UTF-8 coded text into a file and then displaying it as if it contained KOI8-R. You most probably will see letter  (circumflexed upper case A) and other characters instead of your beautiful cyrillic letters. Same things happens when you push data into a database in one way and retrieve it in another: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1461907/html-encoding-issues-%C3%82-character-showing-up-instead-of-nbsp

So I urge you again to make sure you label your text string correctly.

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