PB Classic > .NET Webservice calling external SOAP webservice using WS Proxy. Object reference not set to an instance of an object
I hope someone can help with this one.
This problem only happens on a production server not on my development machine. The production has a C:\ but uses another drive for websites, may need other permissions set if PB is looking for access to a folder I don't know about.
I have a Powerbuilder 12.1 project which deploys a .NET Webservice.
This application connects to completely separate SOAP webservice.
On the production server I get the following error :
|System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. ---> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
at c__storageservices.getsharedaccesssignatureurl(PBString accesstoken, PBString containername, PBString filename) in c:\Development\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\pb2cstempout\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\storageservices.cs:line 0
at c__n_mares.alantest() in c:\Development\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\pb2cstempout\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\n_mares.alantest(S):line 14
at cns_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.PBWS__n_mares.alantest() in c:\Development\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\pb2cstempout\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.asmx.cs:line 3954
--- End of inner exception stack trace ---
at Sybase.PowerBuilder.Web.WebServices.PBWebService.HandleException(Exception ex)
at cns_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.PBWS__n_mares.alantest() in c:\Development\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\pb2cstempout\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.asmx.cs:line 3964
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx = project name folder
c:\Development\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\pb2cstempout is a folder present on my machine but does not exist on the production server.
In fact the access to C: would be limited on production with everything running from another drive.
Could there be a permissions issue that I can update?
Call to Webservice
Long ll_conn_result, ll_log
String ls_access_token, ls_filename, ls_url
storageservices l_storageservices // Declare proxy
SoapConnection conn // Define SoapConnection - if it gives out that soapconnection is an invalid type something went wrong with the pbx import
conn = create SoapConnection // Instantiated connection
ll_log = conn.SetSoapLogFile ("C:\mySoapLog.log") // Set trace file to record soap interchange data,
// if string is "", disables the feature
ls_access_token = 'test123'
ls_filename = 'test.pdf'
ll_conn_result = Conn.CreateInstance(l_storageservices,"storageservices")
ls_url = l_storageservices.getsharedaccesssignatureurl(ls_access_token, 'mareforms', ls_filename)
// Destroy Conn
Any help would be appreciated, even if its a suggestion of where I can find a better error or steps to get to the bottom of it as I am at a loss.