Originally posted by hareendranath babu Kotha:
For Example :
if (S1==S2)--------always returns false, where as coming to equals()
if (S1.equlas(S2))-------> always returns True.
SOAP allows for an entire chain of SOAP nodes to "process" a single SOAP request. It starts at the initial SOAP sender, goes over any number of SOAP intermediaries, and then ends up at the ultimate SOAP receiver.
In some cases the SOAP sender may only be aware of the first intermediary the message is sent to, and the message is then dynamically routed (potentially through multiple SOAP nodes) based on content of the message; so some of the intermediaries may not know who the initial Sender is. Sometimes the SOAP message may be sent on another systems behalf and when "certain things happen" yet other systems need to be notified.
Here, an example for Transitivity
- a house HAS-A kitchen, the kitchen HAS-A oven >>>
the house HAS-A oven
- serialization will take a whole graph of object. if you serialize the house, you will take the whole
Really, I can find examples where sometimes you tend to reply YES and sometimes you tend to replay NO... BUT in theory is it a YES or a NO ?