- What is and Why WS-Addressing?
- WS-Addressing and WSDL
- Message Information Headers
- WS-Addressing Annotations
- WS-Addressing and Stateful Web service
What is & Why WS-Addressing?
Motivation for WS-Addressing
- SOAP does not provide a standard way to specify
- Where a message is going (destination)
- Where to return a response
- Where to report an error
- Those details have historically been left up to the transport layer
- For example, when a standard SOAP request is sent over HTTP, the URI of the HTTP request serves as the message's destination
- The message response is packaged in the HTTP response and received by the client over the HTTP connection
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