I've written about using the Soap Http Client Protocol subclasses generated by several times over the last year, including handling authentication, HTTP response codes, and setting timeouts properly.Today I needed to change the code in TFS to better handle characters that are not allowed in XML.Hello This might be slightly off topic, but anyway: I need to validate a SOAP Request against its WSDL.This must be kind of similar to validating a xml-Document aginst its XSD, but I'm stuck here.This may turn into a problem when developing the web service, since a required attribute in the schema may not be present in the request and the request will arrive to our service with no further notice.In many cases, this behavior is not a problem, you just need to consider in your web service that a null value may come for a required attribute.
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The problem is that if you have a method on your web service that takes a String parameter, someone may call that method with a string that contains characters that are not allowed in XML.
That input may come from a command line switch or a text box in a GUI.