Re: What Does SOAP/WS Do that A REST System Can't?
Rich Salz wrote: >Sorry if conflating HTTP and HTTP/REST bothered you. I guess I don't >understand the differences all that well. > >I thought I understood, and answered your question. > > Q. HTTP is extensible, why can't you build what you need? > A. Because I need shared state, and because every > client operation ends up being a POST. The first > seems impossible, and the second means the framework > benefits are nil. > >Or am I still missing the point? > >(I hate it when the limitation of the medium mean that two ostensibly >reasonable people end up getting all ticked off at each other. >Perhaps we should talk on the phone?) > > /r$ > > > http 1.1 has persistent connections for long transactions. won't that do the job? in fact soap relies on it.... rick
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