Call this subprocedure to take XML from its encoded form (i.e. <tagname>content</tagname>) to actual XML that can be parsed (i.e.
The reason this subprocedure is named soapDecode speaks to why this API is needed in the first place. Many programmers in .NET and Java environments have their code generated which inherently means the encoding style usually defaults to RPC (Remote Procedure Call) vs. Document Literal. Note that RXS_soapDecode can also be used to encode values if your program is composing the XML to be sent to an RPC style web service. In the end RXS_soapDecode is simply an easy to use find/replace mechanism to use on files and variable data.
The following are the default from/to array values if pFrom and pTo are not specifed on the call to RXS_soapDecode:
from(1) = '<'; to(1) = '<'; from(2) = '>'; to(2) = '>'; from(3) = '"'; to(3) = '"'; from(4) = '''; to(4) = '"'; from(5) = '&'; to(5) = '&';