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Using flat XML to fake SOAP Server


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I'm building an application within a 'Black Box'.
Because of this, I can not connect to the SOAP server that this application will eventually be connecting to. Instead, I have a flat SOAP formated XML file that I will be using as my test data.

My question is this: Can I some how fake a SOAP server by connecting to this file (which contains the SOAP XML data).

Perhaps something like this?
Code:

require_once('nusoap.php');
$soap = new soapclient("SOAPXML/Response_Pass.xml")
...


What would go next?
All I'm looking to get back is the Array of data called from $soap->call() ... however I'm not sure what I should put in the CALL data, as all I have is the XML data at this time.

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what is "flat SOAP formated XML" ?
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Example of xml


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Code:

<env:Envelope xmlns:env="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"
    xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
    xmlns:soapenc="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
    <env:Header/>
    <env:Body env:encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/">
        <m:authenticationTransactionResponse xmlns:m="http://netview.demo.com/transact/">
            <transaction-response xmlns:n1="java:com.demo.hawaii.integration" xsi:type="n1:transaction-response-type">
                <result xsi:type="n1:result-type">passed</result>
                <transaction-number xsi:type="xsd:long">5008154</transaction-number>
                <accounts-transaction-id xsi:type="xsd:string">434343434</accounts-transaction-id>
                <verbose-details xsi:type="n1:verbose-details-type">
                    <information soapenc:arrayType="n1:information-type[1]">
                        <information-type xsi:type="n1:information-type">
                            <code xsi:type="n1:information-code-type">original-request</code>
                            <simple-detail soapenc:arrayType="n1:simple-detail-type[1]">
                                <simple-detail-type xsi:type="n1:simple-detail-type">
                                    <text xsi:type="xsd:string">Original request = iCheck</text>
                                </simple-detail-type>
                            </simple-detail>
                            <complex-detail soapenc:arrayType="n1:complex-detail-type[0]"/>
                        </information-type>
                    </information>
                    <error soapenc:arrayType="n1:error-information-type[0]"/>
                    <failed soapenc:arrayType="n1:failed-information-type[0]"/>
                    <passed soapenc:arrayType="n1:passed-information-type[1]">
                        <passed-information-type xsi:type="n1:passed-information-type">
                            <code xsi:type="n1:passed-type">passed</code>
                            <simple-detail soapenc:arrayType="n1:simple-detail-type[1]">
                                <simple-detail-type xsi:type="n1:simple-detail-type">
                                    <text xsi:type="xsd:string">The individual has passed the
                                        requested verification process.</text>
                                </simple-detail-type>
                            </simple-detail>
                            <complex-detail soapenc:arrayType="n1:complex-detail-type[0]"/>
                        </passed-information-type>
                    </passed>
                    <questions-detail soapenc:arrayType="n1:questions-detail-information-type[0]"/>
                </verbose-details>
            </transaction-response>
        </m:authenticationTransactionResponse>
    </env:Body>
</env:Envelope>
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hmm Sad , if you want to call SOAP server using such packets you don't need nusoap at all. Nusoap is a library that lets you forget about writing such packets. With Nusoap the envelopes themselves are created on the fly, of course.
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ddmitrie wrote:
hmm Sad , if you want to call SOAP server using such packets you don't need nusoap at all. Nusoap is a library that lets you forget about writing such packets. With Nusoap the envelopes themselves are created on the fly, of course.


Well, once this project has been "put together", I will have access to the soap connections. Right now I don't have access to the soap server, I only have this "soap xml" stream. Can I fake a soap server request using this soap xml?
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