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Hello Everyone,

Can someone tell me, if there is any concept of Direct web services and Indirect Web services?
If there is any then what is the difference?


Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks
 
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what exactly do you mean by direct or indirect
 
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Direct - Client application invokes web service directly through wsdl
Indirect -Client application invokes target web service via some other application
 
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If not using wsdl...then do you mean using a Soap Client class and creating xml payloads and envelopes...
 
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example Client application invokes web service directly through wsdl in java and php :
http://www.biclim.com/WSClients.action
 
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