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What is SOAP?

What is SOAP?

Overview
SOAP, or simple object access protocol, is an XML-based messaging protocol allowing programs to communicate between different operating systems over a network.

Definition

SOAP, or simple object access protocol, is a messaging protocol allowing programs to communicate between different operating systems such as Windows and Linux. SOAP uses XML for format its messages while using HTTP and SMTP to transmit those messages over a network.

Use

All Nexcess servers and service plans support SOAP by default. For details regarding its use, contact the Nexcess Support Team.

 

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