Re: [soapbuilders] are method wrapper accessors qualified or not?
- Hello Clement,
Does anybody know if the part accessors underneath the method wrapperI understand the WSDL spec (chapter 3.5) in the following way:
are qualified or unqualified?
The qualification of part accessors depends on the use attribute
of soap:body. If it's value is literal, then the parts must follow
literally their xml schema. This means that they are qualified
if their schema defines a namespace for them.
However, if the value of the use attribute is encoded, the message
is created as a mixture of data, abstract schema, encoding, ...
into the message. In this case the message might not follow
the schema at all and nothing can be said about qualification
of part accessors.
hope this helps
The example in section A.2 of the WSDL spec seems to suggest
the accessor is qualified, whereas the example 1 in the SOAP spec
seems to suggest the accessor is unqualified.
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