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Asynchronious WebService and Callback method

 
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Does Asynchrneous WebService requires a callback method from the requester??
 
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Worse - it requires an endpoint URI that the provider can deliver the result for the consumer to.

For a quick discussion see this
 
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thanks Peer, I understood what you are saying. If you know about the specifics of co-relation_id ? I mean where to put that in SOAP request? I believe reply-to is a standard WS-Addressing header.

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Originally posted by Awais Bajwa:
If you know about the specifics of co-relation_id ? I mean where to put that in SOAP request? I believe reply-to is a standard WS-Addressing header.



Are you talking about a correlation identifier?

If my understanding is correct that goes into the {http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2004/08/addressing}RelatesTo header which references the {http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2004/08/addressing}MessageID of the reply that was sent by the service. While this is typically used in the service response to identify the client's request, the client could provide the MessageID of the last service response to "continue the conversation". The progression of the messageIDs throughout the conversation can also be used by the service to check whether the client has processed the service's last response.
[ May 05, 2008: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
 
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