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How to get the body of HTTP Response if status code is 500?

Kelly Powell
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Joined: Oct 29, 2010
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How do you get the body of a HTTP Response if it has a status code of HTTP 500? When I receive the response below, it is automatically catch as IOException. However, I am unable to get the body attached to it. How do I get the body attached to the response without using any 3rd party API?

Note: I also posted a similar but more detailed question under the Web Service topic. I am not yet sure if this is a web service problem but based on the facts I've gathered, it seems that this problem has nothing to do with web service. Link to my post under Web Service topic: http://www.coderanch.com/t/546023/Web-Services/java/Web-Service-Client-read-fault
Bear Bibeault
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