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Re: XML, routing


xml routing
W. E. Perry wrote:
> So, yes, there can be value for routing in using the contents of messages to
> determine simply the network addresses to which they should be sent. Yet if
> you are doing that you are effectively only re-inventing simple network
> addressing inside the much higher (and capable of much more complex
> semantics) level of the XML document.

You wouldn't belive what set of weird requirements you
can get in the context of EDI. What about a proxy on
a firewall machine, routing XML based EDI messages to
various different machines in a network with private
IP adresses based on the messages' content?

J.Pietschmann


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