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SOAP and SIP

SOAP and SIP

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Session management is a critical issue when large volume of data needs to transmit in real-time.   SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is built up HTTP, so its session management is not sufficient for this type of applications due to its duration management and overhead. SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is well-known for flexibility in session management. So, how can I choose the way to integrate SOAP and SIP which allows SOAP to rely on SIP for session management and communication. In other word, how can I use both SOAP and SIP in same network, and is it possible to built a small network with some laptops and desktops and two mobile phones in classroom to demonstrate it. what kind of applications (software) do I need.

I really appreciate your help very much. Thank you a lot.  

RE: SOAP and SIP

Thanks for raising the matter. Check out this seminar av record of around 3 years old, see if it provides useful overview.
    http://www.scivee.tv/node/3774

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