Sunday, 8 February 2015

Latest SOAP Interview Questions and Answers for freshers and experienced pdf

Below are some important SOAP interview questions which are asked in most MNC company interviews for beginners or professionals.

6)   Explain about the role of XML in SOAP?
XML is chosen as a standard format because it was already in use by many large companies and immensely due to its open source nature. A wide variety of tools are available on shelves which ease the process of transition to SOAP. XML can significantly reduce the speed and efficiency but binary XML is being considered as a format for future.

7)   What are the advantages which a user can get when he uses SOAP?
•   SOAP by passes all firewalls thus making the process easier.
•   It has huge collection of protocols
•   It is platform and language independent
•   Simplicity and extensible nature makes it the most wanted.

8) State some disadvantages due to the usage of SOAP?
1)   SOAP is much slower than middleware technologies
2)   Due to the usage of HTTP for transporting messages and not the defined ESB or WS-Addressing interaction of parties over a message is fixed.
3)   Information regarding the usability of HTTP for different purposes is not present which makes the application protocol level problematic.

9)   Explain about message passing in RPC?
RPC is very friendly in implementing the client to server interaction model which makes it very prominent. When the server is interacting and searching for information the client side messaging is blocked and server activity goes on. RPC has huge pool of protocols which at times make it difficult to work with. Client server interaction can be best achieved by RPC.

10)    Explain the difference between RPC and Local calls?
An important difference between Remote call procedure and local call is that remote call can fail often and this occurs without the knowledge of the user. Local calls are easily handled. Another main difficulty lies with the code writing capability because it is written in a low level language.
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