SOAP WSDLs - RPC/Literal
Example of the SOAP message
Here are the strengths and weaknesses of this approach:
The WSDL is still about as straightforward as it is possible for WSDL to be.
The operation name still appears in the message.
The type encoding info is eliminated.
RPC/literal is WS-I compliant.
You still cannot easily validate this message since only the <x …>5</x> and <y …>5.0</y> lines contain things defined in a schema; the rest of the soap:body contents comes from WSDL definitions.