When it comes to SOAP 1.1 on the exam, pay attention to this statement on SOAP 1.1 specification:
5.4.1 Compound Values, Structs and References to Values
The members of a Compound Value are encoded as accessor elements. When accessors are distinguished by their name (as for example in a struct), the accessor name is used as the element name. Accessors whose names are local to their containing types have unqualified element names; all others have qualified names. ...
It is good to read this session. It is even covered in EPractice Lab, but not covered in MZ's notes or Ivan's notes.
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