Resolution for “invalid SOAP message.: Unexpected EOF in prolog” error while executing a BPEL process.

In Enterprise Manager when tested the BPEL process with Inbound File Adapter (by invoking the web service WSDL) as shown below –

received below error message –

Message ID OWS-00179
Message Level 1
Composite Name TestPayrollABMToEBM
Component Instance ID 2
Component Name BPELProcess1
dcid cf9d3b90e6439396:-2046ed2:12dc594c491:-7ffd-0000000000001fb8
Relationship ID 0:2:3:100000001
Argument 1 processResponse
Argument 2 Error parsing envelope: most likely due to an invalid SOAP message.: Unexpected EOF in prolog\r\n at [row,col {unknown-source}]: [1,0]
Component soa_server1
Module oracle.webservices.runtime
Host JOE-LAP
Host IP Address 192.168.9.1
User <anonymous>
Thread ID orabpel.invoke.pool-4.thread-2
ECID 0000Ir6SX8l7i4WFLzyGOA1DGEax0000D7
Message Unexpected error while processing a SOAP Message during processResponse, message=Error parsing envelope: most likely due to an invalid SOAP message.: Unexpected EOF in prolog
Supplemental Detail at [row,col {unknown-source}]: [1,0]

Reason: I created the schema definition file in Native Format builder for the Fixed-Length input text file, while defining File Adapter in my Composite application. So in the generated schema file the length value (10) of the last column was high, means in input text file the record ends at 122, but in schema I gave it as 123 which means the last column length value (11).

Resolution: So by modifying the last column length value from 11 to 10 in the generated schema file the error got fixed.

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