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WSDL - multiple style="rpc" in the binding section

 
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All,

Ivan has the following segment in the study notes -





style="rpc" is specified twice, once for the soapbind:binding element and once for the soapbind: operation element. Are both needed? which one is taken into account when creating the SOAP message?

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Dan
 
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Hi!
No, both are not required.
If you declare the style to be RPC in a <soapbind:binding> element that is a child of the <binding> element, then it applies to all the operations of the binding.
You can then declare the style for an individual operation if you want to override the above mentioned setting.
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Makes sense - thank you Ivan.
 
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