What do you mean by SOAP encoding?






What do you mean by SOAP encoding?..

Answer / ankesh

A.SOAP uses an XML format to encode data. There are two ways
in which it maps high level datatypes like integers, arrays
to a serialized XML format- Section 5 encoding and Literal
encoding. Section 5 encoding, also called SOAP encoding, is
named after the section in the SOAP 1.1 specification that
defines it. Literal encoding on the other hand uses a XML
Schema to validate...

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