RE: [soapbuilders] Soap Understanding
MessageWhat most toolkits give you is a framework for automatically handling the tedious bits of the XML serialization / deserialization, plus the SOAP protocol itself, including all the sometimes complex encoding rules.You can of course do all this yourself if you want, but to be honest the most valuable use of your time is in writing the actual logic for the web service, not all the plumbing.There are already many good toolkits out there covering almost all the programming languages you may want to use, and believe me writing SOAP "plumbing" is far from a trivial task.Ultimately SOAP toolkits can handle all the mechanics for you so all you have to write is a regular Java method (or C# or any other language for that matter) that receives some user defined data objects and parameters. Mature toolkits can handle all of the SOAP side of things completely transparently.- JorgenP.S. Your message is slightly off topic for this mailing list - see the footer for details.
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From: Khamesra, SandeepX [mailto:sandeepx.khamesra@...]
Sent: 23 April 2002 19:29
Subject: [soapbuilders] Soap UnderstandingCorrect me if I ma wrong..There are 2 ways a SOAP can be used..1. For RPC2. Message ProcessingWe used Soap Tool kit if we want to go for RPC route.. But if we use SOAP just for message passing then we can just write the code to extract body and write logic for extracting infomation..Do we need a Sopa Tool kit for that..Am I mssing some thing here..
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