SOAP is a protocol for exchanging XML-based messages over computer networks, normally using HTTP/HTTPS.
It is quite common to find Java behind many of the leading SOAP Web Services available on the 'Net today. Java is also the language of choice for developing back-end server processes. But what about...
Within the SOAP Protocol Specification there has been no defined standards set down for a security mechanism. This article covers some of the basic issues when dealing with implementing a secure and...
Using a very simple Visual Basic application as a client and an ASP Page as a server, Darshan Singh shows how SOAP works.
This article offers a basic step-by-step instruction for getting a Web service on line using the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit 2.0 Gold Release.
Tapestry is a standards-based user management system, developed on the Java platform, using WSDL and SOAP to define the services and UDDI to publish it. In this article, Chang Sau Sheong describes...
An introduction to the basics of SOAP. SOAP is not just another
buzzword. It is a powerful new application of vendor-agnostic
technologies, such as XML, that can help take the world of...