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Doubt in Ivan's book

udaykumar maddigatla
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I'm referring the Ivan's book for SCDJWS exam.

I found one statement which causing confusion. Here is the statement. Can any one explain the meaning of it.

SCJP 5.0(84%), SCWCD 5.0(97%), SCDJWS 5.0(98%)
Ivan Krizsan
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In the <wsdl>binding> element, there are, among others, the following elements:
- <soapbind:body>
Used to specify the encoding style for the body of ingoing and outgoing messages of an operation.
- <soapbind:fault>
Used to specify the encoding style for a fault.
- <soapbind:header>
Used to specify the encoding style for SOAP headers.
- <soapbind:headerfault>
Used to specify the encoding style for a header fault.

All the above are pretty much obsolete (but must still be specified ), since the only recommended encoding is literal encoding.
If you haven't already, take a look at section 2.1 in my study notes. In case of further doubts, please do not hesitate to ask again!
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