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The built-in PHP extension for SOAP doesn't validate everything in the incoming SOAP request against the XML Schema in the WSDL. It does check for the existence of basic entities, but when you have something complicated like simpleType restrictions the extension pretty much ignores their existence.

What is the best way to validate the SOAP request against XML Schema contained in the WSDL?

Question author Glenn-moss | Source

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Been digging around on this matter a view hours. Neither the native PHP SoapServer nore the NuSOAP Library does any Validation. PHP SoapServer simply makes a type cast. For Example if you define

<xsd:element name="SomeParameter" type="xsd:boolean" />

and submit

<get:SomeParameter>dfgdfg</get:SomeParameter>

you'll get the php Type boolean (true)

NuSOAP simply casts everthing to string although it recognizes simple types:

from the nuSOAP debug log:

nusoap_xmlschema: processing typed element SomeParameter of type http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema:boolean

So the best way is joelhardi solution to validate yourself or use some xml Parser like XERCES

Answer author Codekid

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