Sounds like a fun project!  I think I know of which you

Our old employer did something similar... fixed data inside
of XML tags.  :)  I think you know what that was as well.

But, such is life.  Technology was meant to be brought to
the lowest common denominator.  


On Fri, 28 Apr 2006 12:31:57 -0500
 "albartell" <albartell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I just had to post this...
> I am working with a client that has need to connect to a
> remote insurance
> web service for scored credit reporting type stuff.  I
> was seeing the usual
> SOAP web service type stuff until I came to the response
> of the SOAP
> request. Within the body of the SOAP response is fixed
> length x.12 EDI type
> records (i.e. HDR, CD01, PH01, SH01, etc)  .  I just had
> to grin at that:-)
> Nothing like adopting a technology half-way.
> Anyways, one thing is for sure - they saved a lot of
> space in the SOAP
> response documents without having any xml tags
> surrounding the response data
> <VBG>.
> Aaron Bartell
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