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                            // ==++== 
//
//   Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
//
// ==--== 
//============================================================
// 
// Class: SoapFormatter 
//
// Author: Peter de Jong ([....]) 
//
// Purpose: Soap XML Formatter
//
// Date:  June 10, 1999 
//
//=========================================================== 
 
#if FEATURE_COMINTEROP
 
// These two attributes are for supporting side-by-side of COM-visible
// objects with NDP 1.0 RTM. This needs to be set on all assemblies that
// expose COM-visible types to be made Side by Side with NDP 1.0 RTM.
// This declaration covers System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap.dll 

[assembly:System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComCompatibleVersion(1,0,3300,0)] 
#endif // FEATURE_COMINTEROP 

namespace System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap 
{

 	using System;
	using System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters; 
	using System.IO;
	using System.Reflection; 
 	using System.Globalization; 
	using System.Collections;
 	using System.Runtime.Serialization; 
 	using System.Runtime.Remoting;	
	using System.Runtime.Remoting.Messaging;	
 	using System.Text;
 

 
	sealed public class SoapFormatter : IRemotingFormatter 
	{
		private SoapParser soapParser = null; 
 		private ISurrogateSelector m_surrogates;
		private StreamingContext m_context;
 		private FormatterTypeStyle m_typeFormat = FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded;
 		private ISoapMessage m_topObject = null; 
		//private FormatterAssemblyStyle m_assemblyFormat = FormatterAssemblyStyle.Simple;		
        private FormatterAssemblyStyle m_assemblyFormat = FormatterAssemblyStyle.Full;		 
        private TypeFilterLevel m_securityLevel = TypeFilterLevel.Full; 
        private SerializationBinder m_binder;
 		private Stream currentStream = null; 


    	// Property which specifies an object of type ISoapMessage into which
		// the SoapTop object is serialized. Should only be used if the Soap 
		// top record is a methodCall or methodResponse element.
		public ISoapMessage TopObject 
 		{ 
			get {return m_topObject;}
 			set {m_topObject = value;} 
 		}

    	// Property which specifies how types are serialized,
    	// FormatterTypeStyle Enum specifies options 
		public FormatterTypeStyle TypeFormat
 		{ 
			get {return m_typeFormat;} 
			set
			{ 
 				// Reset the value if TypesWhenNeeded
				// Or the value for TypesAlways and XsdString
 				if (value == FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded)
 					m_typeFormat = FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded; 
				else
 					m_typeFormat |= value; 
			} 
		}		
 
    	// Property which specifies how types are serialized,
    	// FormatterAssemblyStyle Enum specifies options
		public FormatterAssemblyStyle AssemblyFormat
 		{ 
			get {return m_assemblyFormat;}
 			set {m_assemblyFormat = value;} 
 		}	 
		
    	// Property which specifies the security level of formatter 
    	// TypeFilterLevel Enum specifies options
 		public TypeFilterLevel FilterLevel
		{
			get {return m_securityLevel;} 
			set {m_securityLevel = value;}
 		} 
 
    	// Constructor
		public SoapFormatter() 
 		{
 			m_surrogates=null;
			m_context = new StreamingContext(StreamingContextStates.All);
 		} 

    	// Constructor 
		public SoapFormatter(ISurrogateSelector selector, StreamingContext context) 
		{
			m_surrogates = selector; 
 			m_context = context;
		}

    	// Deserialize the stream into an object graph. 
 		public Object Deserialize(Stream serializationStream)
 		{ 
			return Deserialize(serializationStream, null); 
 		}
 
    	// Deserialize the stream into an object graph.
		public Object Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler) {
			InternalST.InfoSoap("Enter SoapFormatter.Deserialize ");			
            if (serializationStream==null) { 
                throw new ArgumentNullException("serializationStream");
            } 
 
			if (serializationStream.CanSeek && (serializationStream.Length == 0))
 				throw new SerializationException(SoapUtil.GetResourceString("Serialization_Stream"));								 

			InternalST.Soap( this, "Deserialize Entry");
 			InternalFE formatterEnums = new InternalFE();
 			formatterEnums.FEtypeFormat = m_typeFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEtopObject = m_topObject;
 			formatterEnums.FEserializerTypeEnum = InternalSerializerTypeE.Soap; 
			formatterEnums.FEassemblyFormat = m_assemblyFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEsecurityLevel = m_securityLevel;
			ObjectReader sor = new ObjectReader(serializationStream, m_surrogates, m_context, formatterEnums, m_binder); 

 			// If this is the first call, or a new stream is being used a new Soap parser is created.
			// If this is a continuing call, then the existing SoapParser is used.
 			// One stream can contains multiple Soap XML documents. The XMLParser buffers the XML so 
 			// that the same XMLParser has to be used to continue a stream.
			if ((soapParser == null) || (serializationStream != currentStream)) 
 			{ 
				soapParser = new SoapParser(serializationStream);
				currentStream = serializationStream; 
			}
 			soapParser.Init(sor);
			Object obj = sor.Deserialize(handler, soapParser);
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Leave SoapFormatter.Deserialize "); 
 			return obj;
		} 
 
 		public void Serialize(Stream serializationStream, Object graph)
		{ 
			Serialize(serializationStream, graph, null);
		}

    	// Commences the process of serializing the entire graph.  All of the data (in the appropriate format) 
    	// is emitted onto the stream.
 
 		public void Serialize(Stream serializationStream, Object graph, Header[] headers) 
		{
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Enter SoapFormatter.Serialize "); 
            if (serializationStream==null) {
                throw new ArgumentNullException("serializationStream");
            }
 
 			InternalST.Soap( this, "Serialize Entry");
			InternalFE formatterEnums = new InternalFE(); 
 			formatterEnums.FEtypeFormat = m_typeFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEtopObject = m_topObject;
			formatterEnums.FEserializerTypeEnum = InternalSerializerTypeE.Soap; 
			formatterEnums.FEassemblyFormat = m_assemblyFormat;
 			ObjectWriter sow = new ObjectWriter(serializationStream, m_surrogates, m_context, formatterEnums);
			sow.Serialize(graph, headers, new SoapWriter(serializationStream));
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Leave SoapFormatter.Serialize ");			 
 		}
 
        public ISurrogateSelector SurrogateSelector { 
            get {
                return m_surrogates; 
            }

            set {
                m_surrogates = value; 
            }
        } 
 
        public SerializationBinder Binder {
            get { 
                return m_binder;
            }

            set { 
                m_binder=value;
            } 
        } 

        public StreamingContext Context { 
            get {
                return m_context;
            }
 
            set {
                m_context = value; 
            } 
        }
	} 
}



// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// ==++== 
//
//   Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
//
// ==--== 
//============================================================
// 
// Class: SoapFormatter 
//
// Author: Peter de Jong ([....]) 
//
// Purpose: Soap XML Formatter
//
// Date:  June 10, 1999 
//
//=========================================================== 
 
#if FEATURE_COMINTEROP
 
// These two attributes are for supporting side-by-side of COM-visible
// objects with NDP 1.0 RTM. This needs to be set on all assemblies that
// expose COM-visible types to be made Side by Side with NDP 1.0 RTM.
// This declaration covers System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap.dll 

[assembly:System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComCompatibleVersion(1,0,3300,0)] 
#endif // FEATURE_COMINTEROP 

namespace System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap 
{

 	using System;
	using System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters; 
	using System.IO;
	using System.Reflection; 
 	using System.Globalization; 
	using System.Collections;
 	using System.Runtime.Serialization; 
 	using System.Runtime.Remoting;	
	using System.Runtime.Remoting.Messaging;	
 	using System.Text;
 

 
	sealed public class SoapFormatter : IRemotingFormatter 
	{
		private SoapParser soapParser = null; 
 		private ISurrogateSelector m_surrogates;
		private StreamingContext m_context;
 		private FormatterTypeStyle m_typeFormat = FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded;
 		private ISoapMessage m_topObject = null; 
		//private FormatterAssemblyStyle m_assemblyFormat = FormatterAssemblyStyle.Simple;		
        private FormatterAssemblyStyle m_assemblyFormat = FormatterAssemblyStyle.Full;		 
        private TypeFilterLevel m_securityLevel = TypeFilterLevel.Full; 
        private SerializationBinder m_binder;
 		private Stream currentStream = null; 


    	// Property which specifies an object of type ISoapMessage into which
		// the SoapTop object is serialized. Should only be used if the Soap 
		// top record is a methodCall or methodResponse element.
		public ISoapMessage TopObject 
 		{ 
			get {return m_topObject;}
 			set {m_topObject = value;} 
 		}

    	// Property which specifies how types are serialized,
    	// FormatterTypeStyle Enum specifies options 
		public FormatterTypeStyle TypeFormat
 		{ 
			get {return m_typeFormat;} 
			set
			{ 
 				// Reset the value if TypesWhenNeeded
				// Or the value for TypesAlways and XsdString
 				if (value == FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded)
 					m_typeFormat = FormatterTypeStyle.TypesWhenNeeded; 
				else
 					m_typeFormat |= value; 
			} 
		}		
 
    	// Property which specifies how types are serialized,
    	// FormatterAssemblyStyle Enum specifies options
		public FormatterAssemblyStyle AssemblyFormat
 		{ 
			get {return m_assemblyFormat;}
 			set {m_assemblyFormat = value;} 
 		}	 
		
    	// Property which specifies the security level of formatter 
    	// TypeFilterLevel Enum specifies options
 		public TypeFilterLevel FilterLevel
		{
			get {return m_securityLevel;} 
			set {m_securityLevel = value;}
 		} 
 
    	// Constructor
		public SoapFormatter() 
 		{
 			m_surrogates=null;
			m_context = new StreamingContext(StreamingContextStates.All);
 		} 

    	// Constructor 
		public SoapFormatter(ISurrogateSelector selector, StreamingContext context) 
		{
			m_surrogates = selector; 
 			m_context = context;
		}

    	// Deserialize the stream into an object graph. 
 		public Object Deserialize(Stream serializationStream)
 		{ 
			return Deserialize(serializationStream, null); 
 		}
 
    	// Deserialize the stream into an object graph.
		public Object Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler) {
			InternalST.InfoSoap("Enter SoapFormatter.Deserialize ");			
            if (serializationStream==null) { 
                throw new ArgumentNullException("serializationStream");
            } 
 
			if (serializationStream.CanSeek && (serializationStream.Length == 0))
 				throw new SerializationException(SoapUtil.GetResourceString("Serialization_Stream"));								 

			InternalST.Soap( this, "Deserialize Entry");
 			InternalFE formatterEnums = new InternalFE();
 			formatterEnums.FEtypeFormat = m_typeFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEtopObject = m_topObject;
 			formatterEnums.FEserializerTypeEnum = InternalSerializerTypeE.Soap; 
			formatterEnums.FEassemblyFormat = m_assemblyFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEsecurityLevel = m_securityLevel;
			ObjectReader sor = new ObjectReader(serializationStream, m_surrogates, m_context, formatterEnums, m_binder); 

 			// If this is the first call, or a new stream is being used a new Soap parser is created.
			// If this is a continuing call, then the existing SoapParser is used.
 			// One stream can contains multiple Soap XML documents. The XMLParser buffers the XML so 
 			// that the same XMLParser has to be used to continue a stream.
			if ((soapParser == null) || (serializationStream != currentStream)) 
 			{ 
				soapParser = new SoapParser(serializationStream);
				currentStream = serializationStream; 
			}
 			soapParser.Init(sor);
			Object obj = sor.Deserialize(handler, soapParser);
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Leave SoapFormatter.Deserialize "); 
 			return obj;
		} 
 
 		public void Serialize(Stream serializationStream, Object graph)
		{ 
			Serialize(serializationStream, graph, null);
		}

    	// Commences the process of serializing the entire graph.  All of the data (in the appropriate format) 
    	// is emitted onto the stream.
 
 		public void Serialize(Stream serializationStream, Object graph, Header[] headers) 
		{
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Enter SoapFormatter.Serialize "); 
            if (serializationStream==null) {
                throw new ArgumentNullException("serializationStream");
            }
 
 			InternalST.Soap( this, "Serialize Entry");
			InternalFE formatterEnums = new InternalFE(); 
 			formatterEnums.FEtypeFormat = m_typeFormat; 
			formatterEnums.FEtopObject = m_topObject;
			formatterEnums.FEserializerTypeEnum = InternalSerializerTypeE.Soap; 
			formatterEnums.FEassemblyFormat = m_assemblyFormat;
 			ObjectWriter sow = new ObjectWriter(serializationStream, m_surrogates, m_context, formatterEnums);
			sow.Serialize(graph, headers, new SoapWriter(serializationStream));
 			InternalST.InfoSoap("Leave SoapFormatter.Serialize ");			 
 		}
 
        public ISurrogateSelector SurrogateSelector { 
            get {
                return m_surrogates; 
            }

            set {
                m_surrogates = value; 
            }
        } 
 
        public SerializationBinder Binder {
            get { 
                return m_binder;
            }

            set { 
                m_binder=value;
            } 
        } 

        public StreamingContext Context { 
            get {
                return m_context;
            }
 
            set {
                m_context = value; 
            } 
        }
	} 
}



// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
                        

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