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Passing the current date time in a SOAP request with SOAPUI

Posted on 2014-02-06
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Hi,

I need some help with XSD and SOAP

 I have an XSD that has an element called timestamp as below

<element name="timestamp" type="dateTime" minOccurs="1" />

I am compiling the XSD using JAXB compiler to publish  a WSDL. I am then importing the WSDL into SOAPUI to create the request XMLs. My request XML has this element

 <prr:timestamp></prr:timestamp>

I would like to dynamically populate this element  with the current time stamp everytime

I send the SOAP request.

Please let me know how I can do this using the XSD.
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Melih SARICA earned 500 total points
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If ur creating ur SOAP Request with XSL transformation u can use current-dateTime()


details are in here :
http://www.xsltfunctions.com/xsl/c0002.html
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I am not using XSLT to generate the  SOAP Request (XML). I am using XSD

XSD -> WSDL --> Import to SOAPUI ---> XML (this i want populated with the current time stamp in the timestamp element as defined in my XSD.
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ok.. how do u generate ur xsd  ?
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by hand..i coded it.
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put date time while u create the xsd
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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