Type : Complex Element

The Ping response message is a response to a client message used for testing application connectivity. Specific text sent by the client is to be echoed back in this response.
(Defined in file OTA_PingRS.xsd , or a file it imports)

EchoDataThe free-text data that is to be echoed back that indicates the ping request was accepted and processed.
ErrorsIndicates that an error occurred in the processing of the incoming request message. An error is defined as a malformed XML message that could not be processed and/or validated.A collection of errors that occurred during the processing of a message.
SuccessAn element that is not intended to contain any data. The mere presence of a success element within the response message indicates that the incoming request message was processed successfully.Returning an empty element of this type indicates the successful processing of an OpenTravel message. This is used in conjunction with the Warning Type to report any warnings or business errors.
WarningsOptionally used in conjunction with the Success element to indicate that the recipient of the request message identified one or more business-level warnings/errors, but the message itself was successfully processed.Collection of warnings.

Attribute Group : OTA_PayloadStdAttributes
AltLangIDThe alternate language for a customer or message encoded as ISO 639-3.
CorrelationIDAllows end-to-end correlation of log messages with the corresponding Web service message throughout the processing of the Web service message.
EchoTokenA reference for additional message identification, assigned by the requesting host system.
PrimaryLangIDThe primary language preference for the message encoded as ISO 639-3.
RetransmissionIndicatorWhen true, indicates the message is being re-sent after a failure.
SequenceNmbrThe sequence number of the transaction assigned by the sending system for ordered message processing or message resynchronization.
TargetTest or Production target system indicator.
TargetNameThe name of the Test or Production system.
TimeStampISO 8601 encoded timestamp indicating the creation date and time of the message.
TransactionIdentifierUnique identifier to relate all messages within a transaction (e.g. this would be sent in all request and response messages that are part of an on-going transaction).
TransactionStatusCodeThis indicates where this message falls within a sequence of messages.
VersionThe OpenTravel message version indicated by a decimal value.