I have a process that generates an XML variable containing a list of items for a drop-down list and that variable is set as the only output. The XML variable also has a schema associated with it. However, the SOAP end-point only generates a schema that has two string outputs: document and element and the output gets serialized as a single string. This makes it impossible to bind the drop-down list items in Designer when I try to use the WSDL provided by the SOAP endpoint because my schema information is lost (that, not preserved by the LC SOAP endpoint's WSDL). If I included the drop-down list items in the data used to merge with the form before presentation I can drill down in the schema and bind the drop-down list items with no problem. What can I do to get my schema to included in the WSDL generated by the SOAP endpoint of my process? Or is there some default to build the drop-down item list such that I can easily plug a string into the Designer form with a script and the drop-down widget will parse it correctly?
I just found another discussion that asked the same question with the short answer "It can't be done." Has anything changed since September 2009?
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