sys.soap_endpoints (Transact-SQL)

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Contains one row for each endpoint in the server that carries a SOAP-type payload. For every row in this view, there is a corresponding row with the same endpoint_id in the sys.http_endpoints catalog view that carries the HTTP configuration metadata.

Column name Data type Description
< inherited columns> For a list of columns that this view inherits, see sys.endpoints (Transact-SQL).
is_sql_language_enabled bit 1 = BATCHES = ENABLED option was specified, meaning that ad-hoc SQL batches are allowed on the endpoint.
wsdl_generator_procedure nvarchar(776) The three-part name of the stored procedure that implements this method.

Names of methods require strict three-part syntax. one, two, or four-part names are not allowed.
default_database sysname The name of the default database given in the DATABASE = option.

NULL = DEFAULT was specified.
default_namespace nvarchar(384) The default namespace specified in the NAMESPACE = option, or 'http://tempuri.org' if DEFAULT was specified instead.
default_result_schema tinyint The default value of the SCHEMA = option.

0 = NONE

1 = STANDARD
default_result_schema_desc nvarchar(60) Description of the default value of the SCHEMA = option.

NONE

STANDARD
is_xml_charset_enforced bit 0 = CHARACTER_SET = SQL option was specified.

1 = CHARACTER_SET = XML option was specified.
is_session_enabled bit 0 = SESSION = DISABLE option was specified.

1 = SESSION = ENABLED option was specified.
session_timeout int Value specified in SESSION_TIMEOUT = option.
login_type nvarchar(60) Kind of authentication allowed on this endpoint.

WINDOWS

MIXED
header_limit int Maximum allowable size of the SOAP header.

Permissions

The visibility of the metadata in catalog views is limited to securables that a user either owns or on which the user has been granted some permission. For more information, see Metadata Visibility Configuration.

See Also

Endpoints Catalog Views (Transact-SQL)
Catalog Views (Transact-SQL)