Re: XML.COM: How I Learned to Love daBomb
> > To me, one of the more perplexing things about this "web > services" buzz is that it seems so retrograde. Network services > have indeed been possible (on at least UNIX :) for decades > now, and it isn't clear to me that SOAP is much of a change > except maybe with respect to marketing (and technical > details that are, in the big picture, minor). > No, I see diffrerence: traditional network service solved technical tasks, not related to business. (file systems access, routing, etc) not related to business process of enterprise [may be one exception: LDAP] web services are in the next layer: they solve business tasks, like order processing, customer information retryeving, etc. -- Ruslan Shevchenko GradSoft: Chief Software Architect http://www.gradsoft.com.ua/eng/
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