Re: Exposing resources/services vs hiding implementation detai
Rich Salz wrote: >> Is this approach (a single URI) a means to unify multiple services >> under one dispatching service (eg, receives the message, reads it, >> determines who should do the work, sends that on with details)? > > > Yes. > > Having everyone from the outside come in through a single door has its > benefits. Maybe not for everyone, and not all the time, but you can't > just dismiss it. But once they are in the door, there are other doors they may or may not be allowed access. Why let them in the all-knowing door (parse the message) when you can lock some of the doors. If they try to enter a door they do not have rights to, then send them to room 101 for educational (there you put their head in a box of rats). -Rob > > /r$ >
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