I rarely work with SOAP Web services unless they are part of an enterprise application. Many services I integrate with do not even offer a SOAP end point. But I am always doing a lot of integrations with things oriented towards consumers, or for use primarily in non-enterprise scenarios.
All the same, the lack of SOAP support surprises me, given the relative lack of support for REST in .NET. I would say that nearly all of the systems I connect to are using REST, but when I make a Web service I use SOAP. What is your mix of SOAP and REST?
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Justin James is an OutSystems MVP, architect, and developer with expertise in SaaS applications and enterprise applications.