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From Kelvin Lin <>
Subject Re: How to get ordered namespace sequence, about the function "axutil_hash_find_entry"
Date Thu, 05 Jul 2007 10:10:00 GMT
Hi Dinesh,
  Thanks for your reply.
  I know the sequence of namespace doesn't effect validity or welformness of the XML in common
condition, but the weird thing is that in my project, it does. When I sent a soap message
created by gsoap to the server, I could get right response, as the Axis2/C. But if I sent
a soap message created by both gsoap and Axis2/C without right sequence of namespace, I couldn't
get right response. I have no idea, it is the truth:(
  So I have to follow the sequence of namespace exactly.
  If I would like to meet this target, it does whether mean I have to modify underline XML
parser layer, like libxml, not Axis2/C source code itself?
  Thanks a lot.

Dinesh Premalal <> wrote:
  Hi Kelvin,

Kelvin Lin writes:
> I printed both hash value and count and I found the count increased by the
> declare sequence. But if I used fuction "axiom_node_to_string" to see the
> string format of message, I found they are not the same sequence with declaring
> them. As I mentioned, I printed hash value and I didn't found any relationship
> between hash value and output sequence, liking big hash value output firstly.
> In my project doing now, I have to create a soap message with exact sequence of
> the namespace, or it doesn't work. So I would like to know the princle of
> outputing namespace and how to modify the source codes to meet my
> specification, even hard coding in source codes or in the my
> project.
AFAIK, the sequence of namespaces depends on the XML parser and parser
abstraction layer. I think we doesn't have a control over it. Sequence
of namespace doesn't effect validity or welformness of the XML. 

Dinesh Premalal
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