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HelloWithEnum

HelloWithEnum Parameters:
NameParameterData TypeRequiredDescription
EnumPropqueryEnumTypeNo
EnumTypeFlagsqueryEnumTypeFlagsNo
EnumWithValuesqueryEnumWithValuesNo
NullableEnumPropqueryEnumType?No
EnumFlagsqueryEnumFlagsNo
EnumAsIntqueryEnumAsIntNo
EnumStylequeryEnumStyleNo
EnumStyleMembersqueryEnumStyleMembersNo
EnumType Enum:
Value1
Value2
Value3
EnumTypeFlags Enum:
NameValue
Value10
Value21
Value32
EnumWithValues Enum:
NameValue
NoneNone
Value1Member 1
Value2Value2Member 2
EnumFlags Enum:
NameValue
Value0Value0
Value1Value 1
Value2Value2Value 2
Value3Value3
Value123Value123
EnumAsInt Enum:
NameValue
Value11000
Value22000
Value33000
EnumStyle Enum:
lower
UPPER
PascalCase
camelCase
camelUPPER
PascalUPPER
EnumStyleMembers Enum:
NameValue
Lowerlower
UpperUPPER
PascalCasePascalCase
CamelCasecamelCase
CamelUppercamelUPPER
PascalUpperPascalUPPER

To override the Content-type in your clients, use the HTTP Accept Header, append the .xml suffix or ?format=xml

HTTP + XML

The following are sample HTTP requests and responses. The placeholders shown need to be replaced with actual values.

POST /xml/oneway/HelloWithEnum HTTP/1.1 
Host: test.servicestack.net 
Accept: application/xml
Content-Type: application/xml
Content-Length: length

<HelloWithEnum xmlns:i="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://schemas.datacontract.org/2004/07/Test.ServiceModel">
  <EnumAsInt>Value1</EnumAsInt>
  <EnumFlags>Value0</EnumFlags>
  <EnumProp>Value1</EnumProp>
  <EnumStyle>lower</EnumStyle>
  <EnumStyleMembers>Lower</EnumStyleMembers>
  <EnumTypeFlags>Value1</EnumTypeFlags>
  <EnumWithValues>None</EnumWithValues>
  <NullableEnumProp>Value1</NullableEnumProp>
</HelloWithEnum>