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SOAP extensibility Model

 
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Hi,
Can someone help me to understand SOAP extensibility Model. Its bit confusing !! may be am not getting the correct idea.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Jay,

SOAP is an open format with few restrictions. As SOAP Extensibility Model says -

A SOAP feature is an extension of the SOAP messaging framework



As simple as it sounds, it's quite amazing. It practically means that out-of-the-box, SOAP is featureless. Really an interesting concept. Therefore the SOAP extensibility Model is so important.

Regards,
Dan
 
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