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Discover all the possible integrations for WebService SOAP
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Discover all the possible integrations for WebService SOAP

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Simple Object Access Protocol or SOAP is an XML protocol designed to access web services through HTTP. With SOAP web service integration, businesses can ensure that their applications developed on different programming languages can effectively communicate with each other without putting in additional development endeavors.

How to create SOAP web service? The protocol includes a SOAP header and a SOAP body, each of which contains a block. The header block constitutes a caption or heading, while the body block contains the message that includes the information that is to be shared with other applications.

Companies often use a wide range of programming languages like Dot Net, PHP, and Java to create different desktop and web applications. Sharing data and information between these applications is crucial to businesses in today's highly networked environments; however, writing code for it can be quite costly and time-consuming. Extensible Markup Language or XML makes this information sharing easy, and SOAP works with XML through HTTP.

SOAP is a lightweight protocol that doesn't consume too many resources and gets the job done quickly. It is also platform and operating system agnostic, which means it can work with any application written in any programming language on Windows, macOS, and Linux.

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HTTP is the protocol that's used by default by all web services, and applications and SOAP works with HTTP to ensure across the spectrum compatibility. This also means that companies don't need to customize their SOAP scripts to work with different protocols and systems.

Another important feature of SOAP is its ability to handle errors itself. If it detects an issue with a message, the response automatically provides the error information allowing users to fix that issue. In the absence of this feature, businesses would have to do the guesswork to identify why their request isn't being processed.

While it's designed to specifically work with HTTP for wider applications, SOAP can also work with Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP and other transports.

SOAP provides a standardized distributed environment for enterprises who are searching for a stable, reliable, and lightweight message transport. Apart from that, it offers considerable pre-built extensibility that is stemmed from WS standards. SOAP can also be automated with the use of certain programming languages.

Moreover, SOAP is easy to set up, learn, and use. Any developer who has a grasp on basic coding could learn and start using it in a matter of minutes without having to go through days or weeks of tutorials. The protocol is low maintenance and doesn't require any training.


WebService SOAP features:

  • Platform & Operating System Agnostic

    SOAP is designed to work with all the major programming language applications on any operating system, including the most popular Windows and Linux.

  • Lightweight Protocol

    The protocol isn't resource-hungry and takes no time in communicating the requests and messages to talk to other web applications.

  • Works with HTTP

    SOAP is compatible with HTTP to support an extensive variety of web applications but also works with SMTP and other transports.

  • Possible Automation

    SOAP web services protocol can be automated for additional functionality when used with certain programming language packages.


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