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So what's doc/literal, exactly? "[SOAP, doc/literal style] promotes XML on the wire to a first class citizen, and ditches the concept of language-to-XML mapping." — And I think that's the only sensible thing to do in the SOAP world. SOAP won't ever work in the trouble-free fashion XML-RPC does in an RPC scenario. In a message-centered scenario (where a message flows through a network of processing cells), however, you'll want to use and process arbitrary XML documents anyway, so why spend ages wrestling with de/serialization issues? Of course, it might be rather depressing that essentially all of the SOAP specification (especially Section 5) is utterly irrelevant in this scenario with the exception of the Envelope.
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