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Document TYPE, Procedural Type

 
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Whats the difference beween the Document type & procedural type of the Web Services.
 
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Anyone ???
 
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Here is a very good article about the difference between document-type and procedure-type Web Services.
http://www.sys-con.com/webservices/articleprint.cfm?id=699
 
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