SOAP nodes in IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6.1, Part 2, The SOAP domain logical tree

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Rob Henley and Matthew Golby-Kirk

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: July 10, 2008

The first article in this four-part series covered the basic use of SOAP nodes, which send and receive SOAP-based Web services messages, allowing a message flow to interact with Web service endpoints. This article, Part 2, describes the new logical tree format used by the SOAP domain. You should have a general familiarity with SOAP-based Web services and WSDL to follow along with this article series. Note: This article relates to IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker V6.1 Fix Pack 6.1.0.2. Some details could differ slightly from the 6.1 GA version.

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