Extracting Soap Request (Server Side)

Posted on 2008-11-20
Last Modified: 2013-11-18
We have sent a Soap Request to a webmethod from javascript.
 How the Soap Request will be received and extracted(Server Side)  by webmethod?
Question by:smaranika_sikdar
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    Automatically. If you send SOAP request and Web Service has settings by default.
    But you can generate WebService JavaScript proxies and use it and do not think about how and where data is passed.
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