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Web service response
Joined: Nov 20, 2009
May 06, 2010 02:28:29
I have a question about the response format of a web service.
<ns:getVideosResponse> <ns:return type="ContentMinimal"> <ax23:date>2010-03-18T11:47:00.000Z</ax23:date> <ax23:id>1</ax23:id> <ax23:image>http://images.ted.com/images/ted/155783_132x99.jpg</ax23:image> <ax23:seconds>1249</ax23:seconds> <ax23:source>TEDTalks (hd)</ax23:source> <ax23:title> TEDTalks : Ken Kamler: Medical miracle on Everest - Ken Kamler (2009) </ax23:title> <ax23:url> http://video.ted.com/talks/podcast/KenKamler_2009P_480.mp4 </ax23:url> </ns:return> </ns:getVideosResponse>
My question is: where does the ax23 (earlier it was ax21) come from ? Can it be set anywhere to something constant ?
Joined: Oct 04, 2006
May 06, 2010 12:28:03
ax23 is an XML namespace prefix for the elements that it appears in.
I recommend looking at the WSDL and any associated XML schemas of the web service to obtain more information.
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