Re: SOAP and the Web
"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" wrote: > >... > > It can't be done ad hoc without standard discoverable > vocabularies. Even REST can't do that. That's why the > major attention can't be SOAP or REST; it has to > be schema development. SOAP and REST are obviously at two different levels (syntax and architecture) but nevertheless you MUST work out some basic parts of your processing model before you start your schema development. I think that REST works out of the box with basically any schema but I'm not 100% sure on that. I *am* sure that using either component RPC or one-way messaging paradigms will make it impossible for you to use hyperlinks and that is a major factor in schema design. If you do not design your schema specifically for RPC or one-way messaging, the schema is likely NOT to work properly with them because well-designed schemas tend to use hyperlinks to reference external information. Paul Prescod
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