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I wrote an Apache proxy to jboss recently to route webservice requests from our clients.
There has been some strange behavior. Whenever the clients contact the server through a Java based client (like SoapUI) they are getting a valid response back.
But when they use a .NET client, the response that goes back has some strange characters in the XML.
As you can see, there are some spurious characters (1f40 and c0) that are getting added to the response.
I checked the jboss logs and our own logging system of when the response gets built and these cahracters are not there, but when wee do a packet dump at the TCP level these are showing up.
I am at wits' end figuring out what is happening. Has anyone encountered this issue?
Any help appreciated
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