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RE: Traditional RPC

RE:  Traditional RPC
You may be right about the protocol, but the courts didn't 
kill napster.  They put themselves out of business by breaking 
the law.  What stops people from using the protocol?


-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Winer [mailto:dave@u...]
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 9:25 PM
To: xml-dev@l...
Subject: Re:  Traditional RPC

>if I were faced with two different offerings for web
> services, one based on RPC-style transactions and one
> based on the web architecture

Just use whatever suits your mood.

Look at it this way -- if the court hadn't killed Napster, I have no doubt
we'd be using their protocol to do web services, not SOAP or XML-RPC.

Think about that!


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