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nodeTypedValue question

SeleniaSelenia Posts: 8Member
Hi! I'm new here and I hope this is the right place to post my question.

Currently I am working on trying to get a C++ application to send a SOAP message to a php server, which in turn will send a SOAP message back. So far I have sending the SOAP message part down, and I can return an integer back with nodeTypedValue, as follows:

if(200 == spSoapFunc->status) //Success
{
// using MSXML DOM to process SOAP response XML text
CComQIPtr spResponseXMLDoc;
CComPtr spResultNode;
spResponseXMLDoc = spSoapFunc->responseXML;

spResultNode = spResponseXMLDoc->selectSingleNode(_bstr_t(_T("//Result")));

if(spResultNode.p != NULL)
{

Room = spResultNode->nodeTypedValue;
}
//returns a number
return Room;


which returns an integer value from the php server. My ultimate goal is to return a string value however, ideally the soap message response to the soap message sent.

My question then, is there something besides nodeTypedValue that will allow me to return a string or a character array from the php server? Any help or comments would be greatly appreciated!

Comments

  • SeleniaSelenia Posts: 8Member
    If it helps, what I'm looking for is essentially the same method as php soap libraries SoapClient->__getLastResponse()

    somehow written in C++. : / I guess thats a bit confusing... I wish there was a better way to describe it but thats what I'm trying to do.
  • SeleniaSelenia Posts: 8Member
    Uhhh just wondering is it because no one has any idea what I'm talking about that no one responded, or is it because I worded my question poorly? Please, any criticism so I can provide better questions in the future.
  • BitByBit_ThorBitByBit_Thor Posts: 2,444Member
    : Uhhh just wondering is it because no one has any idea what I'm
    : talking about that no one responded, or is it because I worded my
    : question poorly? Please, any criticism so I can provide better
    : questions in the future.
    :

    No, the question is quite clear. I'm affraid I just don't know the answer. Tbh, I always thought SOAP was what you wash with (haha... I'm not funny; I know - sorry). You might have to wait for someone to come along who does know it.

    I can give it a shot, though:

    1) Try and Google for examples, or perhaps MSDN site
    2) What are the allowed returns? Perhaps it only returns integer values that have to be interpreted. In essence, a String is nothing more than a sequence of integer values often terminated with a null-character. Perhaps the way to get a string is by arranging all the returned integers in a string type? (It's a crazy thought, but I really don't know the class nor protocol).

    Best Regards,
    Richard

    The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry
  • SeleniaSelenia Posts: 8Member
    : : Uhhh just wondering is it because no one has any idea what I'm
    : : talking about that no one responded, or is it because I worded my
    : : question poorly? Please, any criticism so I can provide better
    : : questions in the future.
    : :
    :
    : No, the question is quite clear. I'm affraid I just don't know the
    : answer. Tbh, I always thought SOAP was what you wash with (haha...
    : I'm not funny; I know - sorry). You might have to wait for someone
    : to come along who does know it.
    :
    : I can give it a shot, though:
    :
    : 1) Try and Google for examples, or perhaps MSDN site
    : 2) What are the allowed returns? Perhaps it only returns integer
    : values that have to be interpreted. In essence, a String is nothing
    : more than a sequence of integer values often terminated with a
    : null-character. Perhaps the way to get a string is by arranging all
    : the returned integers in a string type? (It's a crazy thought, but I
    : really don't know the class nor protocol).
    :
    : Best Regards,
    : Richard
    :
    : The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry

    Thank you for the comment. I have tried microsofts forums with no response, and you are correct in that 2nd idea seems berserk! : P

    I think I am going to go ahead and try to do some more google hunting. Thanks for your concern!

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