Even the HTTP request is in SOAP format, it can be scanned with Vex.
As a note on scanning it, if the SOAP character string contains values that need a handover, pre-processor setting by Handler is necessary.
In scanning the HTTP request in the SOAP format, the XML of the request body is decomposed and scanned for each tag.
Specifically, Vex scans on "tag" and "attribute value".
· Examples of SOAP request
<SOAP-ENV: Envelope xmlns: SOAP-ENV = "http: // ******** /">
<getData xmlns = "http: // ******** /">
<DataId> 012345 </ DataId>
</ SOAP-ENV: Body>
</ SOAP-ENV: Envelope>
For example, in the case of the above SOAP request, Vex scans the following areas.
○ Contents of the following tag
· SOAP-ENV: Envelope
· SOAP-ENV: Body
○ The attribute value
· Xmlns: SOAP-ENV (SOAP-ENV: attribute value of Envelope tag)
· Xmlns (attribute value of getData tag)