7934RE: [soapbuilders] ASP.NET hexBinary test now posted on mssoapinterop.org
- Jun 12, 2002Hi Simon
Would you send me the trace of the failure where mustUnderstand=1 is not
returning a fault?
From: Simon Fell [mailto:soap@...]
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: [soapbuilders] ASP.NET hexBinary test now posted on
I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not, certainly for simple section
5 messages it'll work, but there's a whole class of valid section 5
message which are going to fail.
Anyway, I tried it, but get an error
The request element <echoHexBinary xmlns='http://soapinterop.org/'> was
Looking at the WSDL, it appears to be looking for the wrong methodname
Also the ASP.NET endpoint is failing my mustUnderstand headers test
[i.e. i send an unknown header with mustUnderstand='1', but its doesn't
On Sun, 9 Jun 2002 20:55:06 -0700, in soap you wrote:
>The tests should go just fine using your existing stub - it's
>document/literal wrapped with form="unqualified" on the inner elements.
>So the message on the wire will be exactly the same.
>If you can't parse mixed style wsdls, you can use rpc/encoded wsdl on
>the client side - it should run ok.
>The reason I asked John to introduce this method is: there were
>questions on the f2f "why doesn't .Net support hexBinary". Well, .Net
>does support it with the document/literal style. So we'd like to test
>Interop for the .Net hexBinary implementation, since people have the
>client tests already.
>If this still causes inconvenience in testing on others side - we could
>move this method in a separate wsdl. But the intent was to get test
>coverage without asking you to change your client tests.
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