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RE: SOAP Encoding - Arrays

From: David E. Cleary <davec@progress.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 16:32:18 -0500
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> // schema defines array to be of type ns:arrayOfInt
> <array enc:arraySize="10" enc:offset="5">
> 	<item>25</item>
> 	<item>35</item>
> </array>
> 
> // schema defines array to be of type enc:Array
> <array xsi:type="ns:arrayOfInt" enc:arraySize="2">
> 	<item>10</item>
> 	<item>20</item>
> </array>
> 
> Where arrayOfInt is a type derived from soap-enc array, as described
> in the WSDL spec. This allows arrays to be treated in a manner consist
> with all the other type types that are part of the encoding spec.

Does this work for arrays with compound values?

David Cleary
the Progress Company
Received on Thursday, 31 January 2002 16:32:25 GMT

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