Neo.X at web.de
Tue Mar 18 16:16:31 EDT 2008
WebScarab throws the exception. Not the application itself.
The application is written in .NET - using WebScarab as Proxy to intercept
its SOAP-Requests fails with this exception.
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> From: owasp-webscarab-bounces at lists.owasp.org [mailto:owasp-webscarab-
> bounces at lists.owasp.org] On Behalf Of Rogan Dawes
> Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 9:08 PM
> To: Florian.Roth at email.de
> Cc: owasp-webscarab at lists.owasp.org
> Subject: Re: [Owasp-webscarab] MalformedURLException
> Florian Roth wrote:
> > Is the error
> > Java.net.MalformedURLException - an URL must have a scheme
> > always(!) an indicator for an RFC incompliant URL?
> > I am asking this cause I tested an application that communicates with
> > requests, is written in .NET and throws exactly that error while
> > up. Does that mean, that the application does not communicate conform
> > the RFCs or may this be an error in webscarab itself. It seems that
> it uses
> > a Java class but I doubt that the application does not communicate
> > RFC-conform because it is a quite know and famous vendor and
> > distributor.
> > I haven't found the URL in the log due to this error. Unfortunately I
> do not
> > have a raw sniff from an application like wireshark or tcpdump.
> If it is written in .Net, how is it throwing a
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