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The children of SOAP's body should be namespaced qualified or may be?

 
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According to this specification , http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/NOTE-SOAP-20000508/ , it says "the immediate children element of SOAP body may be namespace qualified".
But according to MZ's notes , p27, it says all immediate children should be namespace qualified.
So, which statement is valid?
 
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So, which statement is valid?


When you consider the SOAP specifications v1.1 : it is MAY be qualified (Immediate child elements of the SOAP Body element MAY be namespace-qualified.)

When you conform yourself to the Basic Profile v1.1: it MUST be qualified (R1014 The children of the soap:Body element in an ENVELOPE MUST be namespace qualified.)

So actually, both are correct...

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