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From "Paul Fremantle" <>
Date Fri, 11 May 2007 08:26:32 GMT

The original binding of SOAP to HTTP had the responses always coming
back on the HTTP response channel. WS-Addressing added the capability
to decouple the SOAP interaction onto two HTTP connections - one for
the request and one for the response. This hasn't got a single
accepted name but is called various things including:
* Duplex (in .NET)
* NonAnonymous (WSA)
* UseSeparateListener (Axis2)
* Decoupled or Asynchronous (others)

But of course, plenty of people want to use the existing model, and in
fact it is the default with WS-Addressing if you leave out the
ReplyTo. The official way of referring to this is the anonymous URL
( is a marker
indicating that you want to use the transport backchannel for SOAP


On 5/11/07, <> wrote:
> Hi
> Can anybody explain me what's meant by WSA_ANONYMOUS_URL which is used
> to set options.setReplyTo()?
> Thanks And Regards
> Smitha Aldrin
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