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rpc and document

Mandan Happy
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Joined: Dec 17, 2001
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Hello,
am a new bie to WSDL,
whats the difference between 'binding style=rpc' and 'binding style=document'
The former,as per my understanding is used when SOAP requests are sent as XML payloads in HTTP.
(used in a tightly coupled environment)
what about the former?
How does the communication takes place when the binding style is document
-Tnx
Deepth
 
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