UDDI API functions are exposed as SOAP v1.1 messages over the HTTP protocol. In version 1, the SOAPAction HTTP Header is required. The value passed in this HTTP Header must be an empty string that is surrounded by double quotes.

Example 17.39. UDDI and Soap

POST /UDDI/inquiry HTTP/1.1
Host: www.foo.com
Content-Type: text/xml
Content-Length: nnnn
SOAPAction: ""

.... body follows ....

SOAP is used in conjunction with HTTP to provide a simple mechanism for passing XML messages to UDDI-enabled servers using a standard HTTP-POST protocol. Unless specified, all responses will be returned in the normal HTTP response document.

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For more information about Virtuoso's SOAP Implementation see the SOAP Services section.