I'll post the updated WSDLs shortly. Thanks for pointing this out.
Bob Cunnings wrote:
> After looking over the WSDL, I have a question. It is clear that the
> receiver is to fault in a particular way for each operation. In the
> rpc/encoded cases there is no problem in recognizing what needs to be
> as the method name identifies the operation (e.g. "echoStringFault"),
> and is
> present in the request message as the name of the rpc "wrapper element".
> But in the case of the doc/lit operations, there is a problem since
> operations share the same input message element . For instance,
> operations "echoEmptyFault" and "echoStringFault" both use the same input
> message "echoVoidRequest" and thus the element "echoVoidRequest"
> defined in
> the schema. (SOAPAction is the same also). Thus for both operations
> the SOAP
> request envelope will look like this on the wire:
> <env:Envelope xmlns:env="...">
> <env:Body><m:echoVoidRequest xmlns:m=" http://soapbuilders.org/types "
> It's impossible to distinguish between the operations this way, and so to
> fault in the manner expected for testing purposes. Perhaps the operations
> could each be given their own unique input message element for dispatch
> If i'm missing something here, please let me know.
>  http://www.whitemesa.net/r4/wsdl/simple-doc-literal.wsdl
> > Hi all,
> > As an action item from Round IV F2F for Sun, I'm here by proposing fault
> > interop test cases as WSDL descriptions. Each operation in portType is
> > commented with it's intent.
> > I'd also like to start closing in on other action items from Round IV
> > F2F. These are listed at
> > http://www.xmlbus.com/interop/roundIV.html#roadmap. This would help us
> > in preparing an agenda for Round V F2F which is hosted at Sun
> > Microsystems, Burlington Campus
> > (http://www.sun.com/corp_emp/boston/map.html).
> > Regards,
> > -Arun
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