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sajan sachin
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Hi Friends,

1.All the SOAP Header elements should be namespace qualified or not??
2.All the SOAP Body elements should be namespace qualified or not??
3.The detail Element in SOAP Fault should be namespace qualified or not??

Am totally confused with this.
RMH and Maikalai notes are saying differnet answers!!!

Thanks in advance,
Sajan C
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Joined: Feb 14, 2004
Posts: 43
SOAP1.1:
A header entry is identified by its fully qualified element name, which consists of the namespace URI and the local name. All immediate child elements of the SOAP Header element MUST be namespace-qualified.

A body entry is identified by its fully qualified element name, which consists of the namespace URI and the local name. Immediate child elements of the SOAP Body element MAY be namespace-qualified.

A detail entry is identified by its fully qualified element name, which consists of the namespace URI and the local name. Immediate child elements of the detail element MAY be namespace-qualified.
 
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