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> > > "Q. What's difference between SOAP and BEEP?
> > >
> > > "A. Briefly, SOAP = XML + RPC + HTTP. Less briefly, SOAP is an RPC
> > mechanism
> > > that uses XML for encoding and prefers HTTP for transport. BEEP is a
> > > framework for writing application protocols that are message-oriented,
> > which
> > > may, or may not, use XML.
> The thing is, is that still what SOAP is? Document literal SOAP?
I regret that I cannot answer that, as I was not the person who wrote
the above information - my forwarded posting was a response to that
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