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How to make .NET/AXIS Client add namespace to soap message elements  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,

Say how can I below soap message from the client (can be .NET or AXIS) :




Now, in the above soap message I want to have this namespace
declaration "xmlns="http://ws.as.com/schemas/ds"
like for ORDER element
<ORDER "xmlns="http://ws.as.com/schemas/ds">


Is there any configuration that I can in any of the below to achieve this :
1. .NET Framework 1.1
2. AXIS 1.2 RC2
3. in WSDL

Is there anything that I can configure in my WSDL before giving to
client's so that they can always send namespace for the soap message
elements. Please suggest.


Regards,
 
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Within the wsdl you can define a namespace for each parameter. So why is it you need to define a namespace for the method/service? Or am I missing something here?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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