I was wondering if it is possible to do the following:
Client A sends a soap request to Application B
Application B sends the soap reply to ThirdParty C?
Is this simple and straight forward if possible - or is it messy and not advisable?
1. Request/Response messaging (the normal one)
2. One way messaging (No response)
Since Appplication A is not expecting any reply from App B , you could use one way messaging. One way messaging is usually implemented using document style messaging.
A calls B using one way messaging. B calls C.
Apache Axis has support for 1 & 2. So you may look there for more info.
Originally posted by William Brogden:
Note that SOAP messages can be moved around by just about any transport mechanism you can imagine even though most examples use HTTP. For my SOAP book (now sadly outdated) I did examples with email and the JMS (Java Message Service) - basically anything that can move XML text will work.
This sounds promising, please, could you tell me where can I start from? Thnx in Advance
[ October 11, 2005: Message edited by: Dave Haley ]
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