Re: Transforming the whole soap response
On 9/26/06, Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@d...> wrote: > andrew welch wrote: > > In a test web service client I've written recently I transform the > > SOAP response XML using XSLT. I'm not extracting the soap body, I'm > > transforming the whole lot. > > > > The XML returned in the response is reasonably complex, and the target > > is HTML so it seems natural to use XSLT. Not being familiar with SOAP > > I'm just looking for confirmation that this is ok. Has anyone written > > a system where the entire response is transformed, is there anything > > to look out for? > > This is perfectly reasonable. SOAP really doesn't say much about how you > create the response (this is intentional), you can do that with any > tools that you find useful. Ahh, good. thanks Jonathan.
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