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SOAP Web Services

The SOAP Based Web Services Architecture supercedes the HTTP Message Transmission Guidelines. Any new Origo Standard implementations should conform to this architecture where appropriate. It defines a design approach to implementing web services using Extensible Markup Language (XML), SOAP, Web Services Definition Language (WSDL) and the standard Web Service (WS-*) specifications, with message structures defined using XML Schema. Web Services can be defined as self-contained, modular applications that can be described, published, located, and invoked over a network, generally, the World Wide Web. Typically Web Services involve application to application communication, not person to application as in the case of the Web.

A list of message types is maintained across the Origo community for use in applications which exchange Origo Standard compliant XML messages. These guidelines and the HTTP Message Transmission Guidelines provide more details.

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This is the first version of the SOAP Web Services Standard.

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Description: example error details in response message
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Description: handling errors in web services
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Description: handling errors in web services
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Description: Origo SOAPFault schema with examples
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Description: SOAP design documents
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Description: SOAP design documents
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Description: samples
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Description: SOAP Message Control Schema
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Description: Discussion paper which compares the Origo Message Transmission Guidelines (MTG) with REST
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Description: Discussion document covering migration of QNB v3 messages to a SOAP infrastructure
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Description: MTG to SOAP mappings of m_control elements
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Description: List of message types used in applications which exchange Origo Standards compliant XML messages
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