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XML Result to Datawindow

3 posts in DataWindow Last posting was on 2008-05-16 15:29:13.0Z
Andre Rst Posted on 2008-05-16 08:56:57.0Z
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Hi,
I get from a Web Service Proxy a XML Result. Now what can I do, to put the
XML Result to Datawindow? Please give me a sample.


(WSDL)

sc = CREATE SoapConnection
sc.CreateInstance ( lws_findweather , "p_globalweathersoap")
[this result] = lws_findweather.getweather( lns_wetterdaten.cityname,
lns_wetterdaten.countryname )

Tanks a lot.

Andre


Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase] Posted on 2008-05-16 13:14:00.0Z
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What is the data type of [this result]? We can't tell you how to deal
with it until we know the data type.

The XML Result is generally only used internally to the proxy. It
should be returning primary data types or structures composed of
primary data types.

On 16 May 2008 01:56:57 -0700, "Andre Rst" <susbau@gmx.de> wrote:

>Hi,
>I get from a Web Service Proxy a XML Result. Now what can I do, to put the
>XML Result to Datawindow? Please give me a sample.
>
>
>(WSDL)
>
>sc = CREATE SoapConnection
>sc.CreateInstance ( lws_findweather , "p_globalweathersoap")
>[this result] = lws_findweather.getweather( lns_wetterdaten.cityname,
>lns_wetterdaten.countryname )
>
>Tanks a lot.
>
>Andre
>
>


Arthur Hefti Posted on 2008-05-16 15:29:13.0Z
From: "Arthur Hefti" <arthur@catsoft.ch>
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It looks like you are referring to the
http://www.webservicex.net/globalweather.asmx. It looks like it returns an
XML but there's no formal description of it. You can follow the URL and try
the GetWeather link. This will return an XML String. Based on this string
you can design a datawindow and import the XML.

HTH
Arthur

"Andre Rst" <susbau@gmx.de> wrote in message news:482d4c59$1@forums-1-dub...
> Hi,
> I get from a Web Service Proxy a XML Result. Now what can I do, to put the
> XML Result to Datawindow? Please give me a sample.
>
>
> (WSDL)
>
> sc = CREATE SoapConnection
> sc.CreateInstance ( lws_findweather , "p_globalweathersoap")
> [this result] = lws_findweather.getweather( lns_wetterdaten.cityname,
> lns_wetterdaten.countryname )
>
> Tanks a lot.
>
> Andre
>
>
>