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  • Include QAD Enterprise Applications Field Values
    By default, the QDoc response document contains the primary key values from each iteration (for example, sales order number and sales order line item values). If using the 1.0 syntax specification, you can edit the response type schema to eliminate or add field values you want to see. For the 1.1 syntax specification, edit the response schema.
    However, by default, no values are returned in the response document. To have values returned, edit the specific QDoc according to the syntax specification in use.
    In the 1.0 syntax specification, locate the setting suppressResponseDetail = “true” in the body of the document and change it to suppressResponseDetail = “false”.
    In the 1.1 syntax specification, locate the suppressResponseDetail node in the ReferenceParameters section of the SOAP header:
    <suppressResponseDetail xmlns="urn:schemas-qad-com:xml-services:common">true</suppressResponseDetail>
    and change the value of the node to false:
    <suppressResponseDetail xmlns="urn:schemas-qad-com:xml-services:common">false</suppressResponseDetail>
    For the 1.0 syntax version, to control which field values are returned, create a copy of the response type schema file (salesOrderResponseType-eB2_1.xsd for sosomt.p) for the specific response document and edit it. (For the 1.1 syntax version, create a copy of the response schema.) Comment out the fields you do not want to see in the response document, and add in any fields you want to add, then save it as a custom schema file. You then assign the response schema file to the master schema lists where it can be assigned to a specific receiver. See Adding a Schema to the Master Lists for steps.
    Note: To add fields not already referenced in the response schema, you can copy them from either the request type schema (for the 1.0 syntax) or from the request schema (for the 1.1 syntax).
    To enable the response communication in QXI, edit the qxtendconfig.xml file:
    Open TOMCAT_HOME /webapps/< QXI webapp >/WEB-INF/conf/qxtendconfig.xml.
    Locate the messageServletURL attribute within the <general-config> node.
    Enter the correct host and port values to communicate with the QXI server.
    <messageServletURL label=“Message Servlet URL” value=“http:
    //<host>:<port>/<QXI webapp>/MessageReceiverServlet”/>
    Save and close the file.