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QuestionWeb services theory PinmemberBytescream3-Dec-12 10:24 
We are designing some web services to communicate data updates between applications that we make. It's all about interoperability.
 
My lead dev. is thinking about making a pair of web services that "talk" to each other. The app that originates a data change could access a web service of the consuming app that simply says "I have data for you." The consuming app then uses SOAP/WebService protocols to ask for the data the the provider has indicated was available in the preceding exchange.
 
Is this just a simplistic way of doing something that is already a standard?
What would we call that process?
What terms should he be researching to learn more about how this is done nowadays?
 
Thank you
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