Re: SOAP and the Web
John F Schlesinger wrote: > >... > > To do this, the adapters (end points) and the brokers (intermediaries) > absolutely have to agree on a single envelope (this is how IBM's MQ > works too). SOAP does exactly what is needed for this problem. The fact > that it is cross-vendor, cross-language and cross-platform and supported > by over 100 free toolkits and is a component of every major package (in > plan), major application server (again, in plan) and tool is a huge win. Could you outline which of the technical features of SOAP you use beyond its ubiquity? Do you use the SOAP encoding? The RPC/HTTP binding? Headers? mustUnderstand? What transports do you use? How much "just works" and how much are you coding yourself? Paul Prescod
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