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Hi,

I have a WS client. All the code is generated by VS.NET 2003.

For me its seems that an attribute is not generated during sending the
request in the SOAPHeader.
The problem is with RFCSendingValue .
There the attribute 'groupeid0 isn't generated in the SOAP request.
The proxy is generated this way:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---------
/// <remarks/>

public RFCSending RFCSendingValue ;
public EFCSending EFCSendingValue ;
[System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapHeaderAttri bute("RFCSendin gValue",
Direction=Syste m.Web.Services. Protocols.SoapH eaderDirection. In,
Required=true)]

[System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapHeaderAttri bute("EFCSendin gValue",
Direction=Syste m.Web.Services. Protocols.SoapH eaderDirection. Out,
Required=true)]

[System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapDocumentMet hodAttribute("" ,
Use=System.Web. Services.Descri ption.SoapBindi ngUse.Literal,
ParameterStyle= System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapParameterSt yle.Bare)]

[return: System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr rayAttribute("E FCCase",
Namespace=http://www.)]

[return: System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr rayItemAttribut e("cardIndex" ,
Namespace=http://www., IsNullable=fals e)]

public EFCCaseTypeCard Index[]
identifyClient([System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr rayAttribute(Na mespace=http://
www.)] [System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr rayItemAttribut e("cardIndex" ,
Namespace=http://www., IsNullable=fals e)] RFCCaseTypeCard Index[] RFCCase) {

object[] results = this.Invoke("id entifyClient", new object[] { RFCCase});

return ((EFCCaseTypeCa rdIndex[])(results[0]));

}

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace=http://www.xxx.ch)]

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlRo otAttribute(Nam espace=http://www.xxx.ch,
IsNullable=fals e)]

public class RFCSending : sendingType {
/// <remarks/>

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr rayItemAttribut e("cardIndex" ,
IsNullable=fals e)]

public RFCCaseTypeCard Index[] RFCCase;
/// <remarks/>

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAt tributeAttribut e("groupe-id")]

public int groupeid;
/// <remarks/>

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlIg noreAttribute()]

public bool groupeidSpecifi ed;

}

The generated SOAP header looks like:

- <soap:Header>
- <RFCSending sending-date="2004-07-12T10:35:09.220 8717+02:00"
sending-id="1" xmlns="http://www.ofac.ch/XEDO">
<sender code="1" />
<recipient code="4" />
</RFCSending>
</soap:Header>
It seems that only the attributes in the base class 'sendingType' are
generated. Why?

Thanks

Eric


Nov 21 '05 #1
1 3161
I am going to guess here that the 'groupeid' attribute is defined in the
schema with use="optional" and type="xs:int", the schema type "int" will be
mapped to CLR primitive type System.Int32, which is a ValueType, so after
an instance of RFCSending is deserialized there is no way to tell if the
groupeid=".." attribute was present in the instance. XmlSerializer employs
xxxSpecified pattern to determine if the satellite xxx member was set or
not. When reading an instance of RFCSending, the groupeidSpecifi ed member
will be set to "true" if the xml instance had the groupeid=".." attribute,
otherwise the value of the groupeidSpecifi ed will be false. Unfortunately
this means that user is burdened with responsibility of setting the
groupeidSpecifi ed to true if he/she want is to be serialized:

MyProxy x = new MyProxy();
x.RFCSendingVal ue = new RFCSending();
x.RFCSendingVal ue.groupeid = 555;
x.RFCSendingVal ue. groupeidSpecifi ed = true;

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