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additional element after soap:Body?

 
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In MZ's version 5 notes on p.3, "An envelop must not have any element children of soap:Envelop following the soap:Body element".

Invalid example:

But on p.27,"SOAP 1.1 allows additional elements to follow the SOPABody element, SOAP 1.2 disallows these".

So, which statement is correct?
 
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p3 is talking about what is ok according to Basic Profile v1.1, not about what is allowed by the SOAP protocol.
 
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This may be a good exam question:


So here are the correct options:
1. this envelop is not BP 1.1 compliant
2. this envelop is SOAP 1.1 compliant
3. this envelop is not SOAP 1.2 compliant

 
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Yeah, only that SOAP 1.2 is not part of the EE6 exam...
 
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