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Response Message Configuration

Response Message Configuration enables you to configure response message contents like the SOAP header, SOAP body, and attachments.

Message Part Configuration

This section has the following fields:

Field Description
Part Name Specifies the part name of the WSDL message as configured in the WSDL.
Part Type You can configure the WSDL message part as any of the following:
  • Header - Configures the WSDL part as a SOAP Header
  • Body - Configures the WSDL part as SOAP Body
  • Attachment - Configures the WSDL part as a SwA attachment.

Unbound Header Configuration

You can configure SOAP Headers in this section. The WSDL message part, other than the input WSDL message, can be configured as a header here. The WSDL messages can be in an external WSDL.

Configurations done here will appear in the Concrete WSDL in the SOAP header element.

Use the Add icon to select and add this configuration. Click the icon and select the WSDL, the message and then the part.

This section has the following fields:

Field Description
Message Specifies the part name of the WSDL message as configured in the WSDL.
Part You can configure the WSDL message part as any of the following:
  • Header - Configures the WSDL part as a SOAP Header
  • Body - Configures the WSDL part to SOAP Body
  • Attachment -Configures the WSDL part as a SwA attachment.

Delete Unbound Header

You can delete an unbound header. Select the required header and click the icon.

Undescribed Header Configuration

You can configure SOAP Headers in this section. WSDL message's part, other that the input wsdl message, can be configured as soap header here. The WSDL messages can be in an external WSDL. These headers are undescribed headers and will not appear in the Concrete WSDL.

Use the Add icon to select and add this configuration. Click the icon and select the WSDL, the message and then the part.

This section has the following fields:

Field Description
Header Name Specifies the message name.
Header Part Specifies the message part.
Cardinality Configure the cardinality of the configured SOAP header as one of the following:
  • Optional(?) - The SOAP header is optional.
  • Required - The Soap Header is required and must be supplied when the process is called.
  • Repeating (*) - Zero or more SOAP headers must be supplied are present when tha process is called.

Delete Undescribed Header

You can delete an undescribed header. Select the required header and click the icon.

Attachment Configuration

This section has the following fields:

Field Description
Part Specifies the WSDL message name as configured in the WSDL.

This corresponds to the part that is configured as an attachment in the Message Part Configuration section.

Content Type Indicates the media type of the entity body sent to the receiver. An example of the media type is text/html.