There is no way to alter the xml that gets generated; this is done in
the C code inside the php_sdo extension. However, it might be that it
is not working properly, and that it should be generating the
xsi:type's - if so, we should fix it. It would help if you could point
us at the wsdl you are using???
On Jun 20, 1:38 am, "Charlie Moad" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Trying again. Is there anyway at all to manipulate the outgoing xml of the
> soap request?
> On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 2:54 PM, Charlie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I am using a wsdl that has a xsd:anyType parameter in a method call.
> > The resulting SOAP request generates xml that looks like this:
> > <tns2:mValue>testing</tns2:mValue>
> > I need someway to make it output this instead:
> > <tns2:mValue xsi:type="xsd:string">13.219</tns2:mValue>
> > How can I inject an attribute or specify a type in this situation?
> > Here is a code snippet.
> > $metadata = $constraint->createDataObject('mMetadata');
> > $metadata->mName = 'Name';
> > $metadata->mID = $nameSMDD->mID;
> > $metadata->mValue = 'testing';
> > // $mValue = $metadata->createDataObject('mValue'); // this call
> > works, but can't do much with it
> > Thanks,
> > Charlie
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