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SOAPPart and SOAPHeaderElement

 
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In MZ's notes, there is a question:
"Which SAAJ type is used to present SOAP message headers block?"
I hesitate between the options of javax.xml.soap.SOAPPart and javax.xml.soap.SOAPHeaderElement

The right option given in MZ's notes is SOAPPart because of this


But the question is asking for header block. I think the right answer should be SOAPHeaderElement.
For example,


I think if we want to retrieve <wsse:Security> header block content, we should use SOAPHeaderElement instead.
 
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Hi Himai,

I agree the question could be phrased better, but it says "SOAP message headers block", making the answer SOAPPart correct. The block meant here is the container holding the individual headers (or in other terms HeaderElements).

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