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How to determine which Corticon attribute is mandatory or optional by looking at the WSDL

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TitleHow to determine which Corticon attribute is mandatory or optional by looking at the WSDL
URL NameHow-to-determine-which-Corticon-attribute-is-mandatory-or-optional-by-looking-at-the-WSDL
Article Number000181705
EnvironmentProduct: Corticon Server
Version: 5.x
OS: All supported platforms
Database: All supported databases
Browser: All supported browsers
Application Server: All supported application servers
Question/Problem Description
How to determine which Corticon attribute is mandatory or optional by looking at the WSDL ?
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In the WSDL for the decision service , if minOccurs=1 it implies that the attributes are mandatory.
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Last Modified Date3/16/2017 1:43 PM
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