How to Fix unknown error: soap-error: encoding: object has no uirequestid property

The SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is similar to HTTP – a messaging protocol that exchanges data between clients and servers on the Internet using applications.

SOAP is a widely used protocol for web services and many large software applications such as Salesforce, SAP, Oracle Fusion Middleware, IBM, and Microsoft .net.

While using SOAP within the softwares mentioned above, you find different types of errors, and in today’s article, we will discuss one error.

unknown error: soap-error: encoding: object has no uirequestid property

The unknown error: soap-error: encoding: object has no uirequestid property occurs when you try to access a property “uirequestid” on the object, but that object does not have a property “uirequestid”.

The unknown error in this context means there must be a problem with encoding an object being used in a SOAP request.

Causes of unknown error

  1. The SOAP request has an object that does not have a “uirequestid” property.
  2. The payload provided for the SOAP request is not in the correct format.
  3. The SOAP library is outdated or incompatible with the most recent version.
  4. It can be possible that the SOAP request hasn’t been submitted or created correctly.
  5. Either the SOAP service you are attempting to connect to is not functioning correctly, or its configuration is not set up correctly on your end.

How to fix it?

To fix the “unknown error: soap-error: encoding: object has no uirequestid property” error, you must check the cause and make the proper changes to resolve it.

  1. Use the latest version of your current software to avoid such errors.
  2. Check if the SOAP has a property “uirequestid” before accessing it.
  3. Inspect the SOAP request format.
  4. Use the up-to-date SOAP library to use the latest function compatible with your current system.
  5. Check the headers, endpoint, and payload in the SOAP request that is being sent.
  6. Review the server-side coding and CORS issue and see if there’s any error handling or logging that can provide more information about the issue.

I hope one solution from the above-mentioned points will work for you!

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