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Contains a row FOR EACH SOAP method defined on a SOAP-enabled HTTP endpoint. The combination of the endpoint_idand namespace columns is unique.
ID of the endpoint that the webmethod is defined on.
Namespace for the webmethod.
Alias for the method.
Transact-SQL identifiers allow characters that are not legal in WSDL method names.
The alias is used to map the name exposed in the WSDL description of the endpoint to the actual underlying Transact-SQL executable object that is called when the webmethod is invoked.
The object name that the webmethod is redirected to, as specified in the NAME = option. Name parts are separated by a period (.), and delimited using brackets, [ ].
The object name must be a three-part name, as specified in the WSDL option.
Option that determines which, if any, XSD is sent back with a response.
0 = None
1 = Standard
2 = Default
Description of option that determines which, if any, XSD is sent back with a response.
Option that determines how results are formatted in the response.
1 = ALL_RESULTS
2 = ROWSETS_ONLY
3 = NONE
Description of the option that determines how results are formatted in the response.
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