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Sending Files, Attachments, and SOAP Messages Via Direct Internet Message Encapsulation

 
Author: msdn.microsoft.com
Category: Soap
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Jeannine Hall Gailey This article assumes you're familiar with SOAP, XML, and WSDL Level of Difficulty 1 2 3 SUMMARY Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) is a new specification for sending and receiving SOAP messages along with additional attachments, like binary files, XML fragments, and even other SOAP messages, using standard transport protocols like HTTP. In this article, the author explains what DIME is and how it differs from MIME encapsulation. A detailed description of...n

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