Base adapter class for Automatic SOAP WebServices
Override the Device Mode that will be used to open the TCP socket
List of properties can be set as settings in the configuration file format is a comma separated list of property names
Set to 1 to enable splitting of the SOAP Body into a separate stream and excluding it from the Envelope and Headers stream. This avoids a full XML parse of the Body and also injects any namespace declarations from the Envelope into the opening Body tag. Set to 2 to do this and call ProcessBody() directly without processing any of the SOAP headers.
Set this to 0 to prevent normalizing of HTTP header variable names to lowercase
A specific URL for the Service to accept requests on. For SOAP Services invoked through the SOAP Inbound Adapter on a custom local port, this setting allows a custom URL to be used instead of the standard csp/namespace/classname style of URL.
Listen via the CSP WebServer, if any, in addition to listening on the custom local port. Note that SSLConfig only applies to the custom local port. To use SSL via the CSP WebServer, you must configure the WebServer separately. Also note that AdapterURL only applies to the custom local port. If the Service is invoked via the CSP WebServer, the ?CfgItem= URL parameter may be used to distinguish between multiple configured same-class Services but the standard csp/namespace/classname URL must be used.
Local TCP port to listen on for SOAP requests (possibly in addition to listening via the CSP WebServer, if any).
Read-terminator character or characters, if any, for subclasses that do terminated reads.
This user callback method is called just after %OnNew()