Invoking Multiple SOAP Requests

You can invoke multiple SOAP requests in the same XQuery. These SOAP requests can be from the same Web service, or from different Web services if they use the same parameters.


When invoking multiple SOAP requests in the same XQuery, bear in mind the following rules:

declare namespace tns = ""; 

How to Invoke Multiple SOAP Requests in the Same XQuery

To invoke multiple SOAP requests in the same XQuery:

The XQuery code created by Stylus Studio is copied to your system's clipboard.

3. Create a new XQuery, and paste the contents of your system clipboard into it.
4. Type a comma at the end of the ddtek:wscall() function.
5. Repeat step 2 for the next Web service SOAP request you want to invoke from your XQuery.
6. Paste the new XQuery code into the XQuery you created in step 3. Before pasting, place the text cursor after the comma you typed in step 4.
7. From the XQuery code you just pasted, delete the namespace declaration that precedes the ddtek:wscall() function.
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