What is SOAP/AM Client?
Part of TIC’s Gateway Product Group, SOAP/AM Web Service Client Allows NonStop Applications to Access Web Services
NonStop applications can access Web services anywhere in the world, running on any platform, by simply sending an inter-process message.
By providing a simple, familiar interface to access Web services, SOAP/AM Web Service Client minimizes the learning curve for developers. It allows them to build secure distributed applications that integrate Web services quickly and easily.
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- Open Standards-Based
Employs today's widely accepted HTTP, XML, SOAP and WSDL standards
- WSDL Conversion Tools
Tools to convert WSDL to Client Definition Files (CDFs) and DDL source.
- SSL Security
Supports SSL/TLS and client certificates
- Dynamic Data Translation
Maps XML to IPM and IPM to XML automatically
- Small Footprint
Uses only a small amount of NonStop system resources (e.g., disk space, memory)
- 100% Guardian-Based Solution
Installs directly on your NonStop platform
Benefits of using SOAP/AM:
- SOAP/AM Web Service Client hides the complexity of the TCP/IP, HTTP, SSL and SOAP protocols required to access Web services
- Includes legazy modernization tools that automatically convert WSDL documents to SOAP/AM® Client Definition Files and DDL source. Using these tools, developers with little or no Web service experience can integrate NonStop applications with external Web services.
- A shorter learning curve, less time to delivery, less expensive options for development and fewer maintenance tasks makes for a low total cost of ownership.