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The API that I am using takes an XML string. The XML string is based on what request I am trying to do. So, if I have an instance of a customer in my application that does not yet exist in the API software, I create an AddRq XML string, which has all of the fields for the customer:
<CustomerAddRq>
  <CustomerAdd>
    <Name>John Smith</Name>
    <IsActive>1</IsActive>
    ...
  </CustomerAdd>
<CustomerAddRq>
Once I process this Add request, I get the ID associated with it, which I save in my custom object. If I then decide I want to update the customer record, I need to pass an slightly different XML string:
<CustomerModRq>
  <CustomerMod>
    <ID>456</ID>
    <Name>John H. Smith</Name>
    <IsActive>1</IsActive>
    ...
  </CustomerMod>
</CustomerModRq>
In my application, I still have just the one instance of this customer. Also, if I am wanting to delete this customer from the API software, I would pass this request:
<CustomerDelRq>
  <CustomerDel>
    <ID>456</ID>
  </CustomerDel>
</CustomerDelRq>
In each of these cases I have to be specific about which fields get included in the request or it will be rejected. If I were to include any other fields besides the ID in the delete request, the entire request is rejected and ignored. There's also some other factors based on the version of the API that might be in use. For example, they added a feature for tracking Currency in version 12, but if my customer is still using version 11, I need to never include the Currency field in my Add or Mod request or the entire request is rejected.
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