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Comment: Published by Scroll Versions from space FUNCTDEV and version SOAVIRT_9.10.5_CTP_3.1.1


  • Notes: (optional) Records additional tool information that you enter in this field.
  • Timeout after (seconds): Specifies the length of delay (in seconds) after which your FTP, telnet, or HTTP requests should be timed out. The Default setting corresponds to the timeout set in the Preferences panel. The Custom setting allows you to enter a timeout. A non-positive timeout value can be entered to specify an infinite timeout.

    • Fail the test on Timeout: Select this option to fail the tool on the specified timeout.
    • Pass the test only if a Timeout occurred: Select this option to pass the tool if the specified timeout occurred (i.e. tool did not finish execution within the specified time).
  • Attachment Encapsulation Format: Specifies whether to use the Default or Custom encapsulation format. The Default option specifies whatever is chosen as the Attachment Encapsulation Format in the Misc tab of the system preferences (for more information, see SOAP Settings). The Custom option allows you to choose MIME, DIME, MTOMAlways, or MTOM Optional. For more details, see Working with Attachments.

  • SOAP Version: Select Custom from the drop-down menu and select either SOAP 1.1 or SOAP 1.2. The default value is SOAP 1.1.
  • Outgoing Message Encoding: Allows you to choose the encoding for outgoing messages. You can choose any Character Encoding you wish from the Preferences panel to read and write files, but the Outgoing Message Encoding provides additional flexibility so you can set a different charset encoding for the SOAP request from the global setting.
  • Style/Use: (Options are disabled if the Constrain request  to WSDL check box is selected in the WSDL tab) These options allow you to select the body style and encoding of the SOAP message:
    • Body Style: Select either document or rpc.
    • Use: Select either encoded or literal.
    • Encoding Style URI: (Automatically completed if available) Lists the encoding style URI used to send requests.
    • Target Object URI: Specifies the target object URI.