Why is 1 & 2 right options?
In addional: " XML over http. It doesn't necessarily conform to any structure that is accepted industry wide" and " SOAP has a way of specifying the data structure in a maturely formatted document (WSDL). XML (or JSON) doesn't have a standard way of doing this"
So, in conforms with additional info closest option is "Unline SOAP over HTTP, XML over HTTP style messages do not provide strongly typed parameters."
SOAP protocol with support security (WS-Security), may be reliability, and not for transaction propagation!!! Exists WS-Transaction(WS-AtomicTransaction, but these transaction is not mesh up with JTA transaction or Resource local)
So, right answers should be 1 & 6.
Identify correct statement(s).
You had to select 2 option(s)
Using XML messages instead of SOAP messages over HTTP reduces message size.
Using SOAP messages instead of raw XML messages over HTTP relieves you from developing custom protocols for security, reliability, and transaction propagation.
Using SOAP messages instead of XML messages increases the network performance.
SOAP messages include a lot of additional protocol related data. This increases message size.
Unline SOAP over HTTP, XML over HTTP style messages cannot guarantee delivery.
Unline SOAP over HTTP, XML over HTTP style messages do not provide strongly typed parameters.
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