What Is The Tuxedo FML32 Field Data Type Corresponding To A XML Schema User Defined Complex Data Type?
(Doc ID 1415533.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 08, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
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Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) is an add-on product option for Tuxedo, enabling Tuxedo applications to participate in web service environments.
To support external Web Service applications, external WSDL documents need to be converted. The Oracle SALT conversion utility, wsdlcvt, converts external WSDL documents to a Tuxedo specific definition file (e.g. SALT Web Service Definition file, Tuxedo Service Metadata Repository Definition file or FML32 Field Table Definition file).
Oracle SALT supports bi-directional data type mapping between WSDL messages and Tuxedo typed buffers. For each service invocation, a GWWS server converts each message between a Tuxedo typed buffer and SOAP message payload. The SOAP message payload is the XML effective data encapsulated within the <soap:body> element.
For external Web services, each WSDL message is mapped as a Tuxedo FML32 buffer structure. A Tuxedo application invokes SALT proxy service using FML32 buffers as input/output.
The raised question is :
What is the Tuxedo FML32 Field Data Type corresponding to a XML Schema User Defined Complex Data Type ?
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