Headers (XMLA)

The XML for Analysis (XMLA) protocol uses XML elements within the SOAP header to manage protocol-level features, such as session support and the negotiation of supported features.

The following topics describe the XMLA header elements implemented by Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.

Method

Description

BeginSession Element (XMLA)

Uses a SOAP header in a SOAP request message to start a new session on an instance of Analysis Services.

EndSession Element (XMLA)

Uses the SOAP header in a SOAP request message to end an existing session on an instance of Analysis Services.

Session Element (XMLA)

Uses the SOAP header in a SOAP request message to identify an existing, explicit session on an instance of Analysis Services.

ProtocolCapabilities Element (XMLA)

Uses the SOAP header in a SOAP request message to identify protocol capabilities between an instance of Analysis Services and a client application.

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