I’m building a SOAP server in Delphi. I have switched from Delphi’s native SOAP tools to the Remoting SDK because it’s a requirement to have a document/literal server.
My server requires some complex objects (which with Delphi’s implementation I did by classes inheriting from TRemotable). With Remoting SDK I found that I can do the same with TROComplexType.
However, in my Delphi implementation I use the
I have defined some custom types using TROComplexType as a base class. However, some properties of those custom types require the use of the hexBinary type.
In Delphi’s native SOAP tools I used the TXSDateTime and TXSHexBinary types from Delphi’s Soap.XSBuiltIns unit. For the TXSDateTime type there appears to be an equivalent with the XsDateTime type. But for the hexBinary type I’m at a loss.
In what way can I make it so that in my WSDL type=“xs:hexBinary” will appear as type? I have searched far and wide for a possible solution, but I can’t find anything that might get me underway. It goes without saying that I’m new to RemObjects
I hope somebody can help me along.