How SOAP server process the requests

  1. The SOAP server receives the request from the client as an HTTP request.

  2. The request is passed to the HTTP request handler that redirects the request to the appropriate SOAP servlet. This SOAP servlet is responsible for decoding the HTTP request.

  3. The SOAP servlet directs the request to the HTTP/SOAP decoder. The decoder extracts the original service call from the HTTP request.

  4. The request is processed by the SOAP server, and the result is passed to the HTTP/SOAP encoder.

  5. The HTTP/SOAP encoder wraps the result in an HTTP response and passes it back to the SOAP servlet.

  6. The SOAP servlet, in turn, passes the response to the client.


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