Contains the web methods (inside the WSDL) which make up the SOALIB web services. If you building applications using Java, then this is the documentation you need to find out what each web methods do. If you are building using PHP, C/C++, C#, then this doc gives you the data type and arguments when a method is invoked or what the return values are.
SOALIB - A Web Services Library
SOASYNC is the Web Services client for SOALIB web services. SOALIB is a global data synchronization web service software developed and hosted by Soalib, Inc, Massachusetts, USA. The web service allows heterogeneous databases and filesystems to synchronize between source and target. A comprehensive mapper allows the user to select tables and data types of the source and maps them to the target database. In addition to the database synchronization, SOALIB is also offering other web services like Payment, Billing, Attendance, etc.
Why invest on SOALIB if there are other data synchronization software available? SOALIB is designed on the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The concept of SOA is simple. Why purchase expensive software for each PC, server, country, region, branches, divisions, geographic location if you can use the service the software provide from anywhere in the world. All software is designed to provide you some kind of service. Once you are done with using the service, the software sits there idle doing nothing. During that idle time, someone else may use the software. This is where the cost saving in SOA comes.
SOA is designed to use the software as a service when needed. instead of putting and installing them on each PC, SOA based software like SOALIB is installed on a server to serve a group. SOASYNC hides out all the programming and complexity of SOALIB Web Services and gives a nice Graphical interface for ease of use. SOASYNC makes data migration much easier than before. Generally, data migration is outsourced to another company, but SOASYNC makes it easier to do migration in-house. SOASYNC may be used to make this migration hierarchical, sequential and periodic.