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  1. Preface
  2. Web Services
  3. SOAP Web Services
  4. WSDL Data Object
  5. Schema Object
  6. How to Create a SOAP Web Service
  7. Operation Mappings
  8. Parsing Web Service SOAP Messages
  9. Generating Web Service SOAP Messages
  10. Web Service Consumer Transformation
  11. REST Web Services
  12. How to Create a REST Web Service
  13. REST Web Service Consumer Transformation
  14. REST and SOAP Web Service Administration
  15. Datatype Compatibility

Web Services Guide

Web Services Guide

Map a Port

Map a Port

When you map a port to a node in the SOAP message, the Developer tool provides different results based on the type of node to which you map the port.
The following table describes the results when you map a single port to different target nodes in the
Operation
area:
Target Node
Results
Atomic node
When you map a single port to a node and the parent node does not have a location, the node receives the location of the port. The parent node location receives the location of the input group for the single port. When you map a single port to a node and the parent node already has a location, you can change the location for the parent node and clear the location for the other child nodes in the same level. The hierarchy level location changes to the group name of the port.
Multiple-occurring atomic node or the primary key of the multiple-occurring atomic node
When you map a single port to the multiple-occurring atomic node, the Developer tool sets the location for the atomic node to the group of the selected port.
Complex node
When you map a single port to a complex node, the Developer tool sets the location of the complex node to the location of the group that contains the port. The Developer tool prompts you for the single occurring atomic node to assign the port to.
If all single-occurring atomic nodes have a location, you cannot map the complex node.