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RE: W3C Schema: Resistance is Futile, says Don Box

RE:  W3C Schema: Resistance is Futile

> Aaron:
> If HTTP is an application protocol, I don't see how SOAP 
> can't be...

> Aaron:
> First, I personally don't refer to SOAP as an "application 
> protocol" but rather as a "messaging framework". 


> It's a fallacy of composition to draw the conclusion that an 
> "application protocol" MUST have the characteristics you list 
> above just because most of the commonly-thought-of 
> application protocols share those characteristics.

No it's not. I'm still interested in how you can say "If HTTP is an
application protocol, I don't see how SOAP can't be". Did you imply a
messaging framework when you said application protocol?

Bill de hÓra 


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