Web Service not receiving parameters

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I have built a COM component using Visual FoxPro 8.0 and have registered on a Windows 2003 Server as a COM+ component. Then I have used the MS SOAP 3.0 SDK Toolkit to build the WSDL file to access the component as a Web Server. The SDK generates an RPC Style WSDL and it works fine when I invoke it that way. Then I tried to change the WSDL to Document Style and it seems the WSDL it's fine but the parameters are not being passed to the COM component. I added some logging to the COM to check if it's being executed and the parameters it received and, according to the log file, it's being executed indeed, but the parameters are not being received. What can it be wrong with the WSDL file? Or maybe I need to make some changes to the WSML file also? Any clue with this? Thanks everyone in advance.

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RESOLVED!!!

I have found what its wa wrong with the WSDL file…

in the “types” section I was defining the message parameter with a type definition and all that I have to do is define it within the same element definition.

Thank’s everybody anyway!

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