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I am using web service in my system. Where can I deploy it? I have both application server and web server in my deployment environment. What protocol I should show in deployment diagram (SOAP???)?

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That depends on the WS engine you're using. A number of them (like Axis) come as web apps, so you'd need a servlet container. What WS engine and what app and web servers are you using?
 
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