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Object 2.1 List and describe the encoding types used in a SOAP message.

 
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What are the encoding types?
Is it talking about encoding style?
Can anybody address this objective?
Thanks!
 
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I think its talking abot SOAP encoding.(SOAP1.1 Section 5)
 
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Here's a link for those too lazy to google it:
SOAP 1.1 Section 5
 
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You should know RPC/Literal and RPC/Document encoding. You should also understand RPC/Encoded. People are moving away from RPC/Encoded because its not very interoperable, but J2EE 1.4 still supports it so you should understand the basics.
 
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You should know RPC/Literal and RPC/Document encoding.
You mean RPC/Literal and Document/Literal, don't you?
 
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Yes. Sorry. RPC/Literal and Document/Literal is what I meant to say.
 
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Thanks Richard
I was just making my point because when I looked at this post I was currently reading page 107 of your book that exposes the different SOAP messaging modes
I really much like your book by the way. Thanks for providing such a great resource
 
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I have created a blog with my study links at
http://scdjws-beta.blogspot.com/
Hope it helps, I am appearing the exam on 15th
 
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Originally posted by Sropqras Ilarima:
I have created a blog with my study links at
http://scdjws-beta.blogspot.com/
Hope it helps, I am appearing the exam on 15th



Please, don't hijack old threads. This thread is for old version of the test.
 
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Richard's book does a great job of explaining the encoding styles. Here is another resource http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-whichwsdl/ that explains the topic very well with examples.
 
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