What do you mean by SOAP encoding?1 4255
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What software elements must be assembled to build a SOAP Server?1 3583
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Explain about SOAP with an example of Industry usage.1 3987
What is wc3 standards?How is the link between SOAP and webservices to it?
what is the diffrence between xmlparsing and json parsing?
what is shop?
in soapui i am prepared test data and create request and run the request. response generated. this response data how to validate/verification. how to verify the xml data in database. write query to get xml response data in oracle query. pls help me
Can you elaborate on SoapBindingSkeleton?
write a sql query retrive all xml data. how to retrive xml data wit single sql query.
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can we do method overloading in java based web services .i am using Axis2 frame work. how to configure the operatios(which are method overload) in services.xml file. plz help me in solving this
How is SOAP different from the Ariba and Commerce One Standards of cXML etc?
How to write a SOAP Client using Apache SOAP for Java?
One key aspect of service oriented architectures is late binding of services: That is while an application is being executed the system can bind to the required concrete service. i. Service selection in inContext makes use of non- functional and functional aspects. Discuss briefly the difference between functional and non- functional aspects in SoA and why it is necessary to consider both when selecting services. ii. Discuss briefly how the inContext platform uses relevance ranking for service selection. Explain in particular how context data is being used. Continued