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Corticon Server: Deploying Web Services with .NET : Consuming a Decision Service on .NET server : Path 3: Using SOAP client to consume a Decision Service : Creating a request message for a decision service

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Creating a request message for a decision service
Once your SOAP development tool has imported the WSDL or XSD service contract, it should be able to generate an instance of a request message that complies with the service contract. It should also provide you with a way of entering sample data to be included in the request message when it is sent to the Decision Service.
Most commercial SOAP development tools accurately read service contracts generated by the Deployment Console, ensuring well-formed request messages are composed. 
One occasional problem, however, involves the Decision Service Name, which was entered in field 3 of the Deployment Console's Deployment Descriptor section. Even though all service contracts list decisionServiceName as a mandatory element, many SOAP tools do not automatically insert the Decision Service Name attribute into the request message's decisionServiceName element. Be sure to check this before sending the request message. If the request message is sent without a decisionServiceName, the Corticon Server will not know which Decision Service is being requested, and will return an error message.
Enter all required data into the request message. The tutorial_example.erf example requires the following data:
Vocabulary Term
Possible Values
A number less than or equal to 200,000
Any real number