You used curl and got a 400 response with data in the body? Just want to
verify that's what you meant. Most times on errors like that there is no
body payload.

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On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 11:07 AM Mihael Schmidt <mihael@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi folks,

anybody some experience with the SQL HTTP functions? I am using
SYSTOOLS.HTTPGETCLOBVERBOSE. But how do I get the content of the
response message in an "error" case (f. e. HTTP Status Code 400 - Bad

|exec sql SELECT responsemsg, responsehttpheader INTO :responseMessage
:responseMessageNull, :responseHeaderXml FROM TABLE(
SYSTOOLS.HTTPGETCLOBVERBOSE(:wsUrl, :requestHeader)) AS t; |||

Everything works fine if the HTTP response has a status >= 200 and < 300
but else I get null in responsemsg. How do I get the message content
when the HTTP response is not ok (HTTP status code >= 300)?

... and yes, the web service really returns data in the message body. I
made the same request with curl.

Thanks in advance.



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