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Developing Enterprise Web Services: An Architect's Guide by James Webber - Ph.D., Sandeep Chatterjee - Ph.D.

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SOAP RPC

As it happens, the SOAP specification is useful straight “out of the box.” The fact that it provides both a message format and marshalling naturally supports RPC, and indeed millions of developers worldwide will by now have seen how easy it is to run SOAP RPC-based Web services on a myriad of platforms. It's probably not the case that SOAP RPC will be the dominant paradigm for SOAP in the long term, but it is easy to achieve results with SOAP RPC quickly because all the major toolkits support it and RPC is a pattern many developers are familiar with.

Note that although SOAP RPC has enjoyed some prominence in older Web services toolkits, there is a majority consensus of opinion in the Web services community that more coarse-grained, ...

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