Using SOAP

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To understand how to create SOAP documents that support web services

Target Audience

Application and web developers wishing to attain competency in developing web services using the main web service technologies SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI; systems analysts and systems architects needing a thorough knowledge of service-oriented architecture concepts and web service technologies


A thorough knowledge of XML including XML Schema and XML namespaces; familiarity with XML syntax and XML parsing and processing; prior experience with a programming language such as Java, Perl, or C#; familiarity with object-oriented analysis and design techniques, distributed component development concepts, and server-side development would also be useful

Expected Duration

110 min.

Course Objectives

Using SOAP

  • identify the principal components of the SOAP protocol.
  • identify the structure of SOAP request and response messages.
  • identify the structure of SOAP messages for particular methods.
  • sequence the steps in the processing model for extended SOAP messages.
  • identify the syntax used to transmit fault information in SOAP messages.
  • extend a SOAP message with headers and error handling.
  • identify the main features of the leading SOAP toolkits and the proposed standards for attaching binary information to SOAP messages.