RE: SOAP serialization
Really? I'd like to see where Sun announced that they supported SOAP. I'd further like to see what "support" means in the context of Sun and particularly Java. Java already "supports" SOAP because you can create SOAP messages using Java and Sun's parsers. Does support mean automatic invocation of java services through a SOAP server? A Servlet implementation of a SOAP server? A SOAP client that will marshall soap requests onto HTTP? Automatic generation of SOAP documents from Java objects? An extension of JSR #31 for SOAP - JSR #SOAP ?-) Binding of SOAP requests to JMS queues? An EJB Session implementation of a SOAP container? Authoring tools? A SOAP XML Schema? A SOAP server programming model? I wonder what support means. Be careful when you claim that a company supports something. Just a curious guy, Dave Orchard -----Original Message----- From: haustein@k... [mailto:haustein@k...]On Behalf Of Stefan Haustein Sent: Monday, July 24, 2000 8:19 AM To: Sasha Nakhimovsky Cc: xml-dev@l... Subject: Re: SOAP serialization Sasha Nakhimovsky wrote: > > Can SOAP serialize an arbitrary Java object without loss of data? What are > the constraints, if any? A study of Section Five would of course yield the > answer, but I'm hoping that it already exists in a pre-packaged form. I do not see any reason why it should not. And SUN has already announced to support SOAP.... Best, Stefan -- Stefan Haustein Univ. Dortmund, FB 4, LS 8 tel: +49 231 755 2499 Baroper Str. 301 fax: +49 231 755 5105 D-44221 Dortmund (Germany) www-ai.cs.uni-dortmund.de
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