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Hello,

In the question http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Pascal/Delphi/Q_28137065.html I got the answer how to build a Soap request so I could call with it the following soap function:
public XmlDocument setProduct (array auth, array params);
Here I generated the Xml document in sXmlMsg TStringStream and I used SoapClient.Execute(sXmlMsg, Msg);    //the  SoapClient here is THTTPReqResp object

Now I need to call public XmlDocument setProductXML (array auth, XmlDocument XML);

The problem here is that there are two parameters (and the second is a separate Xml document). How can I build and send it with one SoapClient.Execute call?

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Generating xmldocument is easy. look here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8354658/how-to-create-xml-file-in-delphi
https://forums.embarcadero.com/thread.jspa?threadID=81646
http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/CodeSamples/en/TXMLDocument_use_case_%28Delphi%29

var
   XMLDoc: IXMLDocument;
.
.
   XMLDoc := TXMLDocument.Create(nil);
   XMLDoc.Active := True;
// create nodes here
  ...
//pass to ...
setProductXML (auth, XMLDoc);
...
//add soap envelope to xml and send
xml_txt := XMLDoc.XML.Text;
...
//send
...

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by:starhu
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I will check it. Sorry for the late reply I was on holiday
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by:starhu
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Hello,

It is not clear to me how to send the xml file.

Let's say I have this

   XMLDoc := TXMLDocument.Create(nil);
   XMLDoc.Active := True;
   XMLDoc.LoadFromFile('setProductXMLRequest.xml');

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Then how can I send the Xml to the server which waits for such a request:
public XmlDocument setProductXML (array auth, XmlDocument XML);

The setProductXML is not a Delphi procedure but a server side procedure.

Previusly (when I used *only* Xml message) I used SoapClient.Execute(sXmlMsg, Msg); where the sXmlMsg was the Xml message (as TStringStream).

But now I need to send not one but two parameteres:
- array auth (authentication array)
- and the Xml itself

The SoapClient.Execute has only one input parameter, how can I send two?

procedure Execute(const Request: TStream; Response: TStream);

Thank you!
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