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I have a WSDL imported (doc/literal) having no SOAP-Action. Is this supported?

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    Jürgen
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    I have a WSDL imported (external Service, not E2E Bridge Service) and this SOAP Service is doc/literal and its operations do not have a value defined for SOAP-Action. Do we support such a WSDL?

    Yes we do. But you have aware of the fact that we need a value for SOAP-Action for E2E Bridge Services. So if you want to simulate such a service it will fail in that way, that at runtime the E2E Bridge cannot identify the correct SOAP operation and will choose erratical any operation.

    So at runtime you then will get errors like “expected is ns1:getResponse but gets ns:1:readResponse” because the wrong operation is called:

    <SOAP-ENV:Body SOAP-ENV:encodingStyle=”http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/“>
    <SOAP-ENV:Fault>
    <faultcode>bridge:External/XMLSM/9</faultcode>
    <faultstring>Found unexpected element “http://wrapper.iam.swissgrid.ch:logout” (class=”UNKNOWN”, class namespace=””). Is the element defined? Is the order correct (try isOrdered=”false”)?</faultstring>
    <detail>
    <message>
    <category>External</category>
    <domain>XMLSM</domain>
    <code>9</code>
    <description>Found unexpected element “http://wrapper.iam.swissgrid.ch:logout” (class=”UNKNOWN”, class namespace=””). Is the element defined? Is the order correct (try isOrdered=”false”)?</description>
    </message>
    <message>
    <category>External</category>
    <domain>SSISM</domain>
    <code>1</code>
    <description>Parsing request failed</description>
    </message>
    </detail>
    </SOAP-ENV:Fault>

    Again, the above error should only occur if you define your own E2E Bridge Service without SOAP-Action.

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