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RE: Heads up: A key difference between SOAP and XML-RPC

  • From: "Box, Don" <dbox@d...>
  • To: 'Dave Winer' <dave@u...>, soapbuilders@y...,xml-rpc@e..., "XML-Dev (E-mail)" <xml-dev@l...>,xml-dist-app@w...
  • Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 13:55:52 -0800

difference between soap and xml
Order is certainly relevant in SOAP. The fact that some implementations have used the <all/> construct rather than <sequence/> doesn't mean that SOAP waives the rules of XSD.
-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Winer [mailto:dave@u...]
Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2001 10:45 AM
To: soapbuilders@y...; xml-rpc@e...; XML-Dev (E-mail); xml-dist-app@w...
Subject: Heads up: A key difference between SOAP and XML-RPC

After a little head-bashing and then smoke-clearing, this became apparent.
1. In SOAP, procedures take named parameters and order is irrelevant.
2. In XML-RPC order is relevant and parameters are not named.
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