Soap11ServerProtocol.cs source code in C# .NET

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// 
//     Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
// 
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namespace System.Web.Services.Protocols { 
    using System; 
    using System.Collections;
    using System.IO; 
    using System.Net;
    using System.Reflection;
    using System.Text;
    using System.Xml; 
    using System.Xml.Schema;
    using System.Xml.Serialization; 
    using System.Web.Services.Configuration; 
    using System.Web.Services.Description;
    using System.Threading; 
    using System.Web.Services.Diagnostics;

    internal class Soap11ServerProtocolHelper : SoapServerProtocolHelper {
        internal Soap11ServerProtocolHelper(SoapServerProtocol protocol) : base(protocol) { 
        }
 
        internal Soap11ServerProtocolHelper(SoapServerProtocol protocol, string requestNamespace) : base(protocol, requestNamespace) { 
        }
 
        internal override SoapProtocolVersion Version {
            get { return SoapProtocolVersion.Soap11; }
        }
        internal override WebServiceProtocols Protocol { 
            get { return WebServiceProtocols.HttpSoap; }
        } 
        internal override string EnvelopeNs { 
            get { return Soap.Namespace; }
        } 
        internal override string EncodingNs {
            get { return Soap.Encoding; }
        }
        internal override string HttpContentType { 
            get { return ContentType.TextXml; }
        } 
 
        internal override SoapServerMethod RouteRequest() {
            object methodKey; 

            string methodUriString = ServerProtocol.Request.Headers[Soap.Action];
            if (methodUriString == null)
                throw new SoapException(Res.GetString(Res.UnableToHandleRequestActionRequired0), new XmlQualifiedName(Soap.Code.Client, Soap.Namespace)); 

            if (ServerType.routingOnSoapAction) { 
                if (methodUriString.StartsWith("\"", StringComparison.Ordinal) && methodUriString.EndsWith("\"", StringComparison.Ordinal)) 
                    methodUriString = methodUriString.Substring(1, methodUriString.Length - 2);
 
                methodKey = HttpUtility.UrlDecode(methodUriString);
            }
            else {
                try { 
                    methodKey = GetRequestElement();
                } 
                catch (SoapException) { 
                    throw;
                } 
                catch (Exception e) {
                    if (e is ThreadAbortException || e is StackOverflowException || e is OutOfMemoryException) {
 		                throw;
	                } 
                    throw new SoapException(Res.GetString(Res.TheRootElementForTheRequestCouldNotBeDetermined0), new XmlQualifiedName(Soap.Code.Server, Soap.Namespace), e);
                } 
            } 

            TraceMethod caller = Tracing.On ? new TraceMethod(this, "RouteRequest") : null; 
            if (Tracing.On) Tracing.Enter("RouteRequest", caller, new TraceMethod(ServerType, "GetMethod", methodKey), Tracing.Details(ServerProtocol.Request));
            SoapServerMethod method = ServerType.GetMethod(methodKey);
            if (Tracing.On) Tracing.Exit("RouteRequest", caller);
 
            if (method == null) {
                if (ServerType.routingOnSoapAction) 
                    throw new SoapException(Res.GetString(Res.WebHttpHeader, Soap.Action, (string) methodKey), new XmlQualifiedName(Soap.Code.Client, Soap.Namespace)); 
                else
                    throw new SoapException(Res.GetString(Res.TheRequestElementXmlnsWasNotRecognized2, ((XmlQualifiedName) methodKey).Name, ((XmlQualifiedName) methodKey).Namespace), new XmlQualifiedName(Soap.Code.Client, Soap.Namespace)); 
            }

            return method;
        } 

        internal override void WriteFault(XmlWriter writer, SoapException soapException, HttpStatusCode statusCode) { 
            if (statusCode != HttpStatusCode.InternalServerError) 
                return;
            if (soapException == null) 
                return;
            SoapServerMessage message = ServerProtocol.Message;
            writer.WriteStartDocument();
            writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Prefix, Soap.Element.Envelope, Soap.Namespace); 
            writer.WriteAttributeString("xmlns", Soap.Prefix, null, Soap.Namespace);
            writer.WriteAttributeString("xmlns", "xsi", null, XmlSchema.InstanceNamespace); 
            writer.WriteAttributeString("xmlns", "xsd", null, XmlSchema.Namespace); 
            if (ServerProtocol.ServerMethod != null)
                SoapHeaderHandling.WriteHeaders(writer, ServerProtocol.ServerMethod.outHeaderSerializer, message.Headers, ServerProtocol.ServerMethod.outHeaderMappings, SoapHeaderDirection.Fault, ServerProtocol.ServerMethod.use == SoapBindingUse.Encoded, ServerType.serviceNamespace, ServerType.serviceDefaultIsEncoded, Soap.Namespace); 
            else
                SoapHeaderHandling.WriteUnknownHeaders(writer, message.Headers, Soap.Namespace);
            writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Element.Body, Soap.Namespace);
 
            writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Element.Fault, Soap.Namespace);
            writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Element.FaultCode, ""); 
            XmlQualifiedName code = TranslateFaultCode(soapException.Code); 
            if (code.Namespace != null && code.Namespace.Length > 0 && writer.LookupPrefix(code.Namespace) == null)
                writer.WriteAttributeString("xmlns", "q0", null, code.Namespace); 
            writer.WriteQualifiedName(code.Name, code.Namespace);
            writer.WriteEndElement();
            // write faultString element with possible "lang" attribute
            writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Element.FaultString, ""); 
            if (soapException.Lang != null && soapException.Lang.Length != 0) {
                writer.WriteAttributeString("xml", Soap.Attribute.Lang, Soap.XmlNamespace, soapException.Lang); 
            } 
            writer.WriteString(ServerProtocol.GenerateFaultString(soapException));
            writer.WriteEndElement(); 
            // Only write an actor element if the actor was specified (it's optional for end-points)
            string actor = soapException.Actor;
            if (actor.Length > 0)
                writer.WriteElementString(Soap.Element.FaultActor, "", actor); 

            // Only write a FaultDetail element if exception is related to the body (not a header) 
            if (!(soapException is SoapHeaderException)) { 
                if (soapException.Detail == null) {
                    // 



                    writer.WriteStartElement(Soap.Element.FaultDetail, ""); 
                    writer.WriteEndElement();
                } 
                else { 
                    soapException.Detail.WriteTo(writer);
                } 
            }
            writer.WriteEndElement();

            writer.WriteEndElement(); 
            writer.WriteEndElement();
            writer.Flush(); 
        } 

        private static XmlQualifiedName TranslateFaultCode(XmlQualifiedName code) { 
            if (code.Namespace == Soap.Namespace) {
                return code;
            }
            else if (code.Namespace == Soap12.Namespace) { 
                if (code.Name == Soap12.Code.Receiver)
                    return SoapException.ServerFaultCode; 
                else if (code.Name == Soap12.Code.Sender) 
                    return SoapException.ClientFaultCode;
                else if (code.Name == Soap12.Code.MustUnderstand) 
                    return SoapException.MustUnderstandFaultCode;
                else if (code.Name == Soap12.Code.VersionMismatch)
                    return SoapException.VersionMismatchFaultCode;
            } 
            return code;
        } 
    } 
}

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