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Difference between SOAP and RESTful webservices (OR) Difference between SOAP and REST S.

No 1 SOAP Developer View Object oriented 2 Standards !ased Yes . SOAP web services are based on SOAP and WS-* specifications For ac uirin! securit" to#ens$it uses WS-%rust. For conve"in! securit" to#ens$ it uses WS-Securit" For definin! po&ic"$ it uses WS-Po&ic" For suppotin! distributed A'() transactions$ it uses WSAto*ic%ransaction and WS'oordination For ac uirin! interface definitions$ it uses WS-+etadata,-c.an!e For providin! end-to-end re&iabi&it"$ it uses WS-Re&iab&e+essa!in! For estab&is.in! securit" conte-t$ it uses WS-Secure'onversation 0 Securit" SS1$ WS-Securit" . WS-Securit" provides end-to-end securit" coverin! *essa!e inte!rit" and aut.entication 2 Transactions Transactions Securit" SS1 REST Developer View Resource Oriented Standards !ased /o

WS-Ato*ic%ransaction 3 Reliabilit" WS-Re&iab&e+essa!in! 4 Perfor#ance 5ood

/o Reliabilit" App&ication specific Perfor#ance 6etter 'ac.in! and &ower *essa!e pa"&oad *a#es R,S%fu& web services perfor*ance efficient and sca&ab&e

$ac%in& /o

$ac%in& 5,% operations can be cac.ed 'essa&e Si(e 1i!.twei!.t$ no e-tra -*& *ar#up 'essa&e $o##unication protocol ;+1$ <SO/$ ot.er va&id +(+, t"pe . %.is f&e-ibi&it" of R,S% *a#es its e-tre*e&" usefu& in providin! consu*er need specific *essa!e pa"&oads

'essa&e Si(e 9eav"$ .as SOAP and WS-* specific *ar#up

'essa&e $o##unication protocol ;+1

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'essa&e Encodin& Yes SOAP Web Services support te-t and binar" encodin!

'essa&e Encodin& /o R,S%fu& encodin! is &i*ited to te-t Service Description /o for*a& contract definition (n R,S%$ no for*a& wa" to describe a service interface

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*eans *ore dependence on written docu*entation 12 )u#an intelli&ible Pa"load /o 10 Developer Toolin& Yes 'o*p&e-it" of SOAP Web Services dictates t.e need for usin! fra*ewor#s to faci&itate rapid app&ication deve&op*ent. 12 Orientation Wraps business &o!ic 13 Abbreviation SOAP stands for Si*p&e Object Access Protoco& 14 *%o is usin& SOAP+ 5oo!&e sea*s to be consistent in i*p&e*entin! t.eir web services to use SOAP$ wit. t.e e-ception of 6&o!!er$ w.ic. uses ;+1-RP'. You wi&& find SOAP web services in &ots of enterprise software as we&&. 17 Si#plicit" /o 18 Transport protocol support 9%%P$ S+%P$ <+S +u&tip&e transport protoco& support *a#es SOAP Web Services f&e-ib&e Areas w%ere SOAP based *ebServices is a &reat solution As"nc%ronous processin& and invocation (f app&ication needs a !uaranteed &eve& of )u#an intelli&ible Pa"load Yes Developer Toolin& +ini*a& or none R,S% on t.e ot.er .and due to its si*p&icit" can be deve&oped wit.out an" fra*ewor# Orientation Accesses resources>data Abbreviation R,S% stands for Representationa& State %ransfer *%o is usin& REST+ A&& of Ya.oo?s web services use R,S%$ inc&udin! F&ic#r$ de&.icio.us AP( uses it$ pubsub$ b&o!&ines$ tec.norati$ and bot. e6a"$ and A*a@on .ave web services for bot. R,S% and SOAP. Si#plicit" Yes Transport protocol support 9%%P

re&iabi&it" and securit" t.en SOAP 1.2 offers additiona& standards to ensure t.is t"pe of operation. %.in!s &i#e WSR+ A WS-Re&iab&e +essa!in! etc. ,or#al contracts (f bot. sides Bprovider and consu*erC .ave to a!ree on t.e e-c.an!e for*at t.en SOAP 1.2 !ives t.e ri!id specifications for t.is t"pe of interaction. Stateful operations (f t.e app&ication needs conte-tua& infor*ation and conversationa& state *ana!e*ent t.en SOAP 1.2 .as t.e additiona& specification in t.e WS* structure to support t.ose t.in!s BSecurit"$ %ransactions$ 'oordination$ etcC. 'o*parative&"$ t.e R,S% approac. wou&d *a#e t.e deve&opers bui&d t.is custo* p&u*bin!. Areas w%ere RESTful *ebServices are a &reat c%oice -i#ited bandwidt% and resources Re*e*ber t.e return structure is rea&&" in an" for*at Bdeve&oper definedC. P&us$ an" browser can be used because t.e R,S% approac. uses t.e standard 5,%$ PD%$ POS%$ and ),1,%, verbs. A!ain$ re*e*ber t.at R,S% can a&so use t.e ;+19ttpRe uest object t.at *ost *odern browsers support toda"$ w.ic. adds an e-tra bonus of A<A;. Totall" stateless operations (f an operation needs to be continued$ t.en R,S% is not t.e best approac. and SOAP *a" fit it better. 9owever$ if "ou need state&ess 'RD) B'reate$ Read$ Dpdate$ and )e&eteC operations$ t.en R,S% is suitab&e. $ac%in& situations (f t.e infor*ation can be cac.ed because of t.e tota&&" state&ess operation of t.e R,S% approac.$ t.is is perfect.