I just started looking into this certification. I'm reading MZ notes and has a question regarding SOAP notes. In Chapter 2, MZ says
SOAP-ENV:mustUnderstand="0|1" or soap:mustUnderstand="0|1"
I cannot see the difference. Is SOAP-ENV a keyword? Cannot I use: xyz:mustUnderstand="0|1" and assign xmlns:xyz to the URI and this works the same?
Can anyone tell me why he says "this form is OK OR this is OK"?
posted 9 years ago
SOAP-ENV is not a keyword and it is a prefix that is bound to http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/. The xmlns attribute to the <Envelope> tag to give the SOAP-ENV prefix a qualified name associated with a namespace.