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Can I use Web Services for synchronized communication?

 
Jean Miles
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If I can use Web services for synchronized communication how is the performance?
 
Matt R. Hansen
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A lot of factors come in to play when discussing performance. Is there a particular area of performance that you are thinking of?
 
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I am sending an XML data to another application, posting a waiting to get acknowledgment of validatation of XML and receipt. If I use Web Services, XML with SOAP can I accomplish this?
 
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Originally posted by Jean Miles:
I am sending an XML data to another application, posting a waiting to get acknowledgment of validatation of XML and receipt. If I use Web Services, XML with SOAP can I accomplish this?

Yes you can (except if you have something more complicated in mind I did not figure out)
As far as performance is concerned, it really depends on :
- the size of your XML payload
- the bandwith between the 2 applications
- the performance of the targeted application
 
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