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When a SOAP DOC-literal binding is used, the SOAP envelope (the Body element) will contain the document WSDL part without any wrapper elements. The SOAP operation is determined by way of a SOAPAction HTTP header.
The following is a restriction for using DOC-literal—Specification R2716. A document-literal binding in a description must not have the namespace attribute specified on contained soapbind:body, soapbind:header, soapbind:headerfault, and soapbind:fault elements.
Making a Web Service a DOC-literal one is the same as described in Making a Web Service an RPC-Literal Web Service. When creating the new inbound service port record in the Service Ports list applet, select SOAP_DOC_LITERAL from the drop-down list in the Binding column.
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