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A query on actor attribute..

 
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The actor attribute in a SOAP message, helps a node to identify which headers in the message, it's supposed to process.

The fragment for a SOAP XML message for above concept is:


so this is like the message saying 'process me if you play the logger role'
I am curious to know some similar code fragement from the node's side.
i.e. some code for the '...if you play the logger role' part
 
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Handler can also be a node processing the header.
In that case you define the the handler to the role in the DD.
Refer to RMH on handlers and Chapters 22, 23, 24.
 
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In that case you define the the handler to the role in the DD.
Ok. so node to role mapping is done in the D.D.

Can you give me some code fragment here. chapters 22-24 are long ahead
 
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