Response is always encoded in UTF-8. Should not be overridden.
Defines the content type of the http SOAP request. Should not be overridden.
SOAP Namespace for the WebService
Specifies if we wish to turn off charset conversion for this page. Normally CSP uses the tables built into InterSystems IRIS to convert between different charset's, however if you do not have a charset available you may wish to turn this off to avoid getting the error page saying that this charset is not installed. Then the data will be output and read in using RAW mode. This can be overridden using the <CSP:CONTENT NOCHARSETCONVERT=1> tag, or by setting the %response.NoCharSetConvert property in the
Name of the WebService.
A list of supported SOAP headers is specified as a comma separated list of input header specifications. Each specification is of the form "headerName:headerClass" where headerName is the element name of the supported header and headerClass is the %SOAP.Header subclass that corresponds to that header. This list defines all headers supported in the SOAP request.
Namespaces of referenced classes will be used in the WSDL.
XMLIGNORENULL allows the programmer to override the default XML handling of empty strings for web method arguments of type %String. By default (XMLIGNORENULL = 0), empty strings in the XML input are stored as $c(0) and $c(0) is written to XML as an empty tag. A missing tag in the XML input is always stored as "" and "" is always output to XML as no tag.
If XMLIGNORENULL is set = 1, then both missing tags in the XML and empty strings are input as "", and both "" and $c(0) are output as empty tags (i.e. <tag />).
If XMLIGNORENULL is set = "inputonly", then both missing tags in the XML and empty strings are input as "". Output of "" and $c(0) are for XMLIGNORENULL = 0: $c(0) is output as an empty tag (i.e. <tag />) and "" is output as no tag.
XMLIGNORENULL specified in the web client or service class specifies XMLIGNORENULL for the SOAP messages used for each web method.