When I do that, I do not get hold on the HTTPTransport information, i.e. the structure holding the HTTP status code.
Analyzer shows that the response is presented from the SOAP adapter, but after catching the error, the HTTPTransport structure is NULL in the model.
I tried it with my more complex SQL statement and it works! Thanks for the support.
I do not quite understand. I do not use any of the mentioned constructs in the cursor.
When I change it to an execute form, the algorithm will be less efficient; I will get it working, but will frequently get too many rows from the database not necessary for the process.
To be sure I did an upgrade to runtime 2015.6, but the problem still arises? Anyone an idea how to fix this?
I am using runtime 2014.14
I did manage to solve the problem.
It turned out that the overwrite_proxy_configuration setting affects overwrites of the different templates, not of the httpd.conf file.
I added the SSLCertificateChainFile command in the virtualhost_ssl template, using the CERT variable, and put the appropriate file in the conf directory of the proxies. Then it is incorporated in the httpd.conf file.
I changed the deployment model and it worked.
To be able to dispatch the model in both our own test environment, having a different domain than the customer’s domain, I only put “trusted_lan” into the External Proxy Host. The system itself applies the appropriate domain, therefore no need to change the model for different deployments.
Thanks for your support.
Thanks for your reply. Your solution will probably work for me.
Another approach, which I investigated myself yesterday, is to not use an E2ELibrary, but a MagicDraw module. Then this works directly on the PersistentState class, without the need to assign the additional abstract class.