- Posted by: Alvaro Goncalves
- Posted on: July 19 2003 17:12 EDT
I would like to implement a web service which can accept the
incoming audio stream. Web service support soap, http(get, post),
mime.... these protocols. But if without soap, we will lose the
biggest advantage of web service.
I have a Recognizer App that translate an audio input
in a sentence. I would like to implement this like a Service.
Can I use soap to transform the audio stream? How will it turn
into xml messaging?
Álvaro Mota Gonçalves
Are you asking if SOAP-over-HTTP is a good transport protocol
for streaming audio?
Streaming audio is probably impractical. But if all you want to do is transfer audio files, you can use Soap with Attachments (which allow arbitrary binary data to be attached to Soap messages).
To transfer audio streams, it is possible to use Soap attachment. You may implement a porgam to record streaming audio or accept audio streams with web service protocols.