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I have a situation were I have a client (not mine) sending me an XML message to my server.

How can I use NuSOAP to get this message rather than accepting a variable?

My client does not send to a named service, just to my website.
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Without the details, I'm not sure what you're looking for...
Perhaps you want to implement SOAP service based on NuSoap library. In this case you may want to see NuSoap sample:
nusoap-sample-s-t55.html
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I have a client that is passing XML such as the below to me. All the examples I've seen for NuSoap have a named service such as

Code:
$response = $client->send($mysoapmsg, $soapaction);


My client doesn't specify a named service, it just sends the XML to my server, just like using DOM with ASP.

I wish to create a NuSOAP server to handle this...

Code:
<contact>
   <name>
      <first>John</first>
      <last>Smith</last>
   </name>
   <address city="PleasantVille" state="CA" zip="92222">
      <street>1 Main Street</street>
      <street>Apt. #5</street>
   </address>
   <website>www.johnsmith.com</website>
   <email>john@smith.com</email>
   <email>John.Smith@smith.com</email>
</contact>
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this XML looks like piece of data and nothing specified what to do with it. For example, client might want to find this data, might want to delete entries that matches the fields, might want to update data etc... Nothing is said he wants to add new record.
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