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    Default Syntax in soap.txt

    I'm trying to write a (partial) WSDL for the Zimbra SOAP interface (for use with Python/ZSI). In the SOAP documentation (soap.txt) I see some SOAP messages are placed between square brackets ([ ]).. does this mean they are like arrays, so I should use SOAP sequences?

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    [] means optional
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    Our SOAP is document-style SOAP (what-you-see-is-what-you-get), so none of the rpc-ish stuff applies. As Kevin said, [] means optional. On elements +/* mean the same thing as regexes (one or more, zero or more), though sometimes we might use + where we mean *.
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    Thanx for the information, that makes life a whole lot easier..!

    Can I still write my SOAP calls in RPC style or should I use document style?
    Last edited by Robin Diederen; 05-02-2006 at 02:41 AM.

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