SoapMessage.Stream SoapMessage.Stream SoapMessage.Stream SoapMessage.Stream Property

Definition

Gets the data representing the SOAP request or SOAP response in the form of a Stream.

public:
 property System::IO::Stream ^ Stream { System::IO::Stream ^ get(); };
public System.IO.Stream Stream { get; }
member this.Stream : System.IO.Stream
Public ReadOnly Property Stream As Stream

Property Value

A read-only instance of the Stream class.

Examples

   // Write the contents of the incoming SOAP message to the log file.
public:
   void WriteInputBeforeDeserialize( SoapMessage^ myMessage )
   {
      Copy( myOldStream, myNewStream );
      FileStream^ myFileStream =
         gcnew FileStream( myFileName, FileMode::Append, FileAccess::Write );
      StreamWriter^ myStreamWriter = gcnew StreamWriter( myFileStream );
      myStreamWriter->WriteLine(
         "---------------------------------- Response at {0}", DateTime::Now );
      Stream^ myStream = myMessage->Stream;
      myStreamWriter->Write( "Length of data in the current response: " );
      myStreamWriter->WriteLine( myStream->Length );
      myStreamWriter->Flush();
      myNewStream->Position = 0;
      Copy( myNewStream, myFileStream );
      myStreamWriter->Close();
      myFileStream->Close();
      myNewStream->Position = 0;
   }
// Write the contents of the incoming SOAP message to the log file.
public void WriteInputBeforeDeserialize(SoapMessage myMessage)
{
   Copy(myOldStream, myNewStream);
   FileStream myFileStream = 
      new FileStream(myFileName, FileMode.Append, FileAccess.Write);
   StreamWriter myStreamWriter = new StreamWriter(myFileStream);
   myStreamWriter.WriteLine(
      "---------------------------------- Response at " + DateTime.Now);     
   Stream myStream = myMessage.Stream;
   myStreamWriter.Write("Length of data in the current response: ");
   myStreamWriter.WriteLine(myStream.Length);
   myStreamWriter.Flush();
   myNewStream.Position = 0;
   Copy(myNewStream, myFileStream);
   myStreamWriter.Close();
   myFileStream.Close();
   myNewStream.Position = 0;
}
' Write the contents of the incoming SOAP message to the log file.
Public Sub WriteInputBeforeDeserialize(myMessage As SoapMessage)
   Copy(myOldStream, myNewStream)
   Dim myFileStream As _
      New FileStream(myFileName, FileMode.Append, FileAccess.Write)
   Dim myStreamWriter As New StreamWriter(myFileStream)
   myStreamWriter.WriteLine( _
      "---------------------------------- Response at " + DateTime.Now)
   Dim myStream As Stream = myMessage.Stream
   myStreamWriter.Write("Length of data in the current response: ")
   myStreamWriter.WriteLine(myStream.Length)
   myStreamWriter.Flush()
   myNewStream.Position = 0
   Copy(myNewStream, myFileStream)
   myStreamWriter.Close()
   myFileStream.Close()
   myNewStream.Position = 0
End Sub 'WriteInputBeforeDeserialize

Remarks

SOAP extensions that inspect the data representing a SOAP request or SOAP response, such as a logging SOAP extension, can use the Stream property to view the data at each SoapMessageStage.

SOAP extensions that modify the data representing a SOAP request or SOAP response, such as encryption or compression SOAP extensions, should do so with the Stream passed into the ChainStream method of SoapExtension. The Stream property of SoapMessage passed into ProcessMessage is read-only.

For more information on modifying the data representing a SOAP request or SOAP response, see ChainStream.

Applies to