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From "Scott Nichol" <>
Subject Re: SOAP Help Building Request With Nested Tags
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2004 17:51:05 GMT
In your example, "subscribe" is the method being called.  Because its element has exactly one
child element, there is exactly one parameter to the method, something called "comHdr", which
is an XML complexType.  You would model this in your Java code as a class.

public class _ComHdr {
    public _WSCredentials WSCredentials = new _WSCredentials();

public class _WSCredentials {
    public string UserName;
    public string Password;

_ComHdr ch = new _ComHdr();
ch.WSCredentials.UserName = "xxxxx";
ch.WSCredentials.Password = "yyyyy";

// Here you must map BeanSerializer as [de-]serializer for _WSCredentials, _ComHdr classes,
// but I will leave it to you to look at, say, the AddressBook samples to see how this is

Vector parms = new Vector();
parms.addElement(new Parameter("comHdr", _ComHdr.class, ch, null));

Scott Nichol

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Greg Pedder" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2004 11:43 PM
Subject: SOAP Help Building Request With Nested Tags

I have been struggling with Apache SOAP to try and build a request. Specifically, I don't
understand how to embed these elements into the Header and Body sections. More specifically,
how to do this nested tags. 
Thanks for any advice you can provide.

Below, is a sample of the request I need to send to the server. 

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENC="" xmlns:SOAP-ENV=""
xmlns:xsd="" xmlns:xsi="">
<ContinueHeader xmlns="">
<subscribe xmlns="http://xxxx/xxxx/xxxx/service">

I can add the <UserName>xxxxxxx</UserName> <Password>xxxxxxxx</Password>
to the body of the request using:

Vector parms = new Vector();
parms.addElement(new Parameter("UserName", String.class, username, null));
parms.addElement(new Parameter("Token", String.class, password, null));

I just don't know how to add those tags within the <comHdr> and <WSCredentials>

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