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Web Services and SOAP

on 24 Feb  Posted by Admin  Category: Web Development  
Submitted by spec-india
http://www.spec-india.com

When given any XML parser, such as a Microsoft's XML DOM component, anyone can pass a function name embedded into an XML message. Therefore, you do not need SOAP or any formal protocol around XML Web services to accomplish this. The designers of such a system could provide a specification for the outlay of the function parameters and even return XML after the function is called if they wanted. Standard XML Web services just make it easier. SOAP simply standardizes this type of RPC mechanism. SOAP is the communication protocol used by XML Web services. Is SOAP required? No. Is it recommended? Yes. Only because SOAP provides a standardized means of describing the data elements that make up the messages sent to SOAP servers, including .NET servers hosting Web services.

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