What is Web Application (Web Apps) and its Benefits

A Web application (Web app) is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface. Web services are Web apps by definition and many, although not all, websites contain Web apps. According to Web.AppStorm editor Jarel Remick, any website component that performs some function for the user qualifies as a Web app.

Web applications can be designed for a wide variety of uses and can be used by anyone; from an organization to an individual for numerous reasons. Commonly used Web applications can include webmail, online calculators, or e-commerce shops. Some Web apps can be only accessed by a specific browser; however, most are available no matter the browser.

How Web applications work

Web applications do not need to be downloaded since they are accessed through a network. Users can access a Web application through a web browser such as

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Understanding SOAP vs REST: Basics And Differences

REST versus SOAP. It’s been an issue for a while now. And really, they’re just two answers to the same question: how to access web services.

But deciding one over the other can be surprisingly difficult.

SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a standards-based web services access protocol that has been around for a long time. Originally developed by Microsoft, SOAP isn’t as simple as the acronym would suggest.

REST (Representational State Transfer) is another standard, made in response to SOAP’s shortcomings. It seeks to fix the problems with SOAP and provide a simpler method of accessing web services. 

What about GraphQL?

Of course, GraphQL has recently made a huge splash, which we’ve spoken of at length in other articles. But it’s still not as standardized as REST and SOAP, so in this article we’re just going to focus on those two.

Both SOAP and REST have issues to

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Example using Web Services with SSIS

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I would like to retrieve information from that webservice to directly to database using a store procedure but, it is returning null. Do you know why? follow are the stores procedures that I’m running, the fisrt one named “GetCountry” is not working and the secound “P_CALLWS” works well

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[GetCountry]

@ParamsValues varchar(20)


declare @obj int;

declare @valorRetorno int;

declare @Url varchar(1024);

declare @resposta varchar(8000);

declare @hr int

declare @scr varchar(255);

declare @desc varchar(255) ;




set @Url=”http://www.webservicex.net/globalweather.asmx/GetCitiesByCountry?CountryName=”+ @ParamsValues


    exec SP_OACREATE ‘MSXML2.ServerXMLHttp’, @obj OUT

    exec SP_OAMETHOD @obj, ‘Open’, NULL, ‘GET’, @Url, false

    exec SP_OAMETHOD @obj, ‘send’

    exec SP_OAGETPROPERTY @obj, ‘responseText’, @resposta OUT



select @resposta[responsta]


exec sp_OADestroy @obj










— SET @V_URL = ‘https://viacep.com.br/ws/17501441/xml/’

SET @V_URL = ‘https://viacep.com.br/ws/’ + @V_PARAM + ‘/xml/’



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Choosing the best web service

“I need to update the local inventory database with the inventory information from multiple suppliers. The suppliers provide a web service-based interface. As the application does not have any server side component (the application is a fat client talking directly to the database), is it possible to consume these web services directly from my application database?”

Do similar questions trouble you? Ever wondered what could be the solution to such an issue?

For a different perspective, the databases can act as the service consumer in contrast to the norm of acting as a service provider. Here is how you can invoke a web service via database-stored procedures — and in explaining so, I’ll address the differences of REST vs. SOAP.

Web services overview

A Web service, in very broad terms, is a method of communication between two applications or electronic devices over the World Wide Web (WWW). Web services

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Tigo Business teams up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer cloud services across Central America, Panama and Colombia

Luxembourg, April 7, 2021 – Millicom’s Tigo Business has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to expand and integrate its managed and professional services into its cloud solutions portfolio in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia.

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.NET Web Services

Learning Modules

  • Introduction
  • Distributing components Technologies
  • Building Simple Web Services
  • Web Services Components
  • Consuming Web Service
  • Refining Web Service


Software Developers have struggled to create software components that can be called remotely over your local networks and the internet. In this process several technologies have come into light but some of them are not quite successful due to many limitations and hurdles such as communication over an unreliable internet, or network of computers running on diverse types of hardware and operating systems.

This is where XML web services are useful. To interact with web a service you simply need to send an XML message over HTTP. Because every internet enabled device supports HTTP, and every programming framework includes a higher level toolkit that enables communication with a web service (XML is platform independent). XML web services are not .NET framework specific, they can also be consumed in other programming

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Web services – Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Web service is defined as “a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network”. Web services are frequently just Web APIs that can be accessed over a network, such as the Internet, and executed on a remote system hosting the requested services.

The W3C Web service definition encompasses many different systems, but in common usage the term refers to clients and servers that communicate over the HTTP used on the Web. Such services tend to fall into one of two camps: Big Web Services and RESTful Web Services.

“Big Web Services” use XML messages that follow the SOAP standard and have been popular with traditional enterprise. In such systems, there is often a machine-readable description of the operations offered by the service written in the Web Services Description Language (WSDL). The latter is not a requirement of a SOAP endpoint, but it is a prerequisite for

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