Re: Elliotte Rusty Harold on Web Services
> Consider these two examples; > > POST some-uri HTTP/1.0 > Content-Type: application/xml > [blank line] > <number>3<number> > > and > > POST some-uri HTTP/1.0 > Content-Type: application/xml > [blank line] > <add> > <number>3<number> > </add> In the first example, the action is implied by some-uri. Your second example shows SOAP RPC, where the action is specified by an element. Your first example could be a SOAP "doc/literal" approach. This isn't a REST issue. /r$
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