Extended maintenance of Ruby versions 1.8.7 and 1.9.2 will end on July 31, 2014. Read more

In Files

  • soap/rpc/proxy.rb

Class/Module Index [+]

Quicksearch

SOAP::RPC::Proxy::Operation

Attributes

attributeformdefault[R]
elementformdefault[R]
request_style[R]
request_use[R]
response_style[R]
response_use[R]
soapaction[R]

Public Class Methods

new(soapaction, param_def, opt) click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 282
def initialize(soapaction, param_def, opt)
  @soapaction = soapaction
  @request_style = opt[:request_style]
  @response_style = opt[:response_style]
  @request_use = opt[:request_use]
  @response_use = opt[:response_use]
  # set nil(unqualified) by default
  @elementformdefault = opt[:elementformdefault]
  @attributeformdefault = opt[:attributeformdefault]
  check_style(@request_style)
  check_style(@response_style)
  check_use(@request_use)
  check_use(@response_use)
  if @request_style == :rpc
    @rpc_request_qname = opt[:request_qname]
    if @rpc_request_qname.nil?
      raise MethodDefinitionError.new("rpc_request_qname must be given")
    end
    @rpc_method_factory =
      RPC::SOAPMethodRequest.new(@rpc_request_qname, param_def, @soapaction)
  else
    @doc_request_qnames = []
    @doc_request_qualified = []
    @doc_response_qnames = []
    @doc_response_qualified = []
    param_def.each do |inout, paramname, typeinfo, eleinfo|
      klass_not_used, nsdef, namedef = typeinfo
      qualified = eleinfo
      if namedef.nil?
        raise MethodDefinitionError.new("qname must be given")
      end
      case inout
      when SOAPMethod::IN
        @doc_request_qnames << XSD::QName.new(nsdef, namedef)
        @doc_request_qualified << qualified
      when SOAPMethod::OUT
        @doc_response_qnames << XSD::QName.new(nsdef, namedef)
        @doc_response_qualified << qualified
      else
        raise MethodDefinitionError.new(
          "illegal inout definition for document style: #{inout}")
      end
    end
  end
end
            

Public Instance Methods

raise_fault(e, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry) click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 352
def raise_fault(e, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry)
  if @response_style == :rpc
    Mapping.fault2exception(e, mapping_registry)
  else
    Mapping.fault2exception(e, literal_mapping_registry)
  end
end
            
request_body(values, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt) click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 336
def request_body(values, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  if @request_style == :rpc
    request_rpc(values, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  else
    request_doc(values, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  end
end
            
request_default_encodingstyle() click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 328
def request_default_encodingstyle
  (@request_use == :encoded) ? EncodingNamespace : LiteralNamespace
end
            
response_default_encodingstyle() click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 332
def response_default_encodingstyle
  (@response_use == :encoded) ? EncodingNamespace : LiteralNamespace
end
            
response_obj(body, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt) click to toggle source
 
               # File soap/rpc/proxy.rb, line 344
def response_obj(body, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  if @response_style == :rpc
    response_rpc(body, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  else
    response_doc(body, mapping_registry, literal_mapping_registry, opt)
  end
end
            

Commenting is here to help enhance the documentation. For example, code samples, or clarification of the documentation.

If you have questions about Ruby or the documentation, please post to one of the Ruby mailing lists. You will get better, faster, help that way.

If you wish to post a correction of the docs, please do so, but also file bug report so that it can be corrected for the next release. Thank you.

If you want to help improve the Ruby documentation, please visit Documenting-ruby.org.

blog comments powered by Disqus