I would like to know if the Soap message is simply a string that is converted into a byte array and sent across the Http or is it a SOAP Object which is then serialized into a Byte array. Lets say for instance, I have the following code.
This returns me the complete SOAP Message. For example
and I convert the String to a byte array,
I have sent this byte message to a Web service consumer using a http connection and seen a proper response coming back. So I assume the message can simple be a string which then gets converted into a byte array.
We don't really have to convert the message to a SOAPMessage ??.
Please let me know if my understanding is correct.
A "SOAP message" is just an XML-based group of text characters organized in a specifc way. It is not a Java object.
A programmer can create a "SOAP message" with shell script commands, a text editor, COBOL code, Java code, Perl code, etc.
When a "SOAP message" is sent it is converted to bytes. The XML-based text is converted to bytes, not a Java object.
These statements are code that help create "SOAP messages." They are not the required for anything and simply present one option for generating a "SOAP message" with an object-oriented program.
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