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Tutorials - How To Build a SOAP Request from Scratch
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In the lessons with titles that start “How to Invoke Web Services…” we learn about some quick and easy ways to construct the SOAP requests required to invoke Web services. Sometimes, however, it’s useful and informative to build a SOAP request from scratch. In some situations, we aren’t even looking to actually make an invocation, just example hypothetical requests—perhaps for services that are also hypothetical. In the lesson, we’ll take a look a one way to accomplish this.

SOAP requests can be created using the “request” keyword. Request code blocks look pretty much like those used to construct XML documents or elements.

 

 

As this example hopefully makes clear, instantiation and display of SOAP requests are also carried out in similar manner to that used with elements and documents.


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