Known issues

There are some known issues when working with Web services.

These issues are specific to SOAP Web Services.

Forcing RPC style convention when no input message

In RPC style, the convention defines names for input messages and output messages, but if there is no input message, its name cannot be redefined.

To workaround this issue, respect RPC style convention in WSDL, or force RPC convention (on client and server side) by using the -fRPC option of the fglwsdl tool.

Variable names conflicts with library names

The fglwsdl tool can generate variable names conflicting with IMPORT library names.

For example:
DEFINE xml xml.DomDocument
will conflict with the xml library, if the code defines also the instruction: