Re: [soapbuilders] result element
you are looking at two different versions of SOAP.
In SOAP 1.1, the current version out there, the name of the
result element is indeed insignificant.
In SOAP 1.2, the version being developed by the W3C XMLP working
group, the name of the result element must be qnamed as you've
written below. This change was made because of various problems
with the old approach.
Senior Architect, Systinet (formerly Idoox)
On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Alexander Bouriakov wrote:
> in case of RPC over SOAP, am i free to name
> element as i like (ex. <myns:myresult>) or it is a requirement that this
> element must be qnamed "http://www.w3.org/2001/12/soap-rpc:result"?
> For example, O'Reilly's book "Programming web services with SOAP" says
> that this name does not matter and can be arbitrary (page 26).