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- From: David LeBlanc <email@example.com>
- To: "Rob Schoening" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Joel Riedesel" <email@example.com>, "XML" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 18:31:14 -0800
Darned if I can remember where, but I think I surfed past someone doing such.
Maybe it could be called Xorba? :-)
At 06:09 PM 1/18/99 -0800, Rob Schoening wrote:
>Personally, I think that there is some real opportunity for innovation here.
>If there was an XML-based spec for serialization and invocation, I think
>that it might be possible to implement an IIOP-ish protocol using XML. This
>would be really interesting, IMHO, since it would allow the document and
>component models to converge. CORBA, EJB, and DCOM tend to be rather
>heavyweight ($$$) in deployment. But if the client could be pared down so
>as to require little or no client-side code for certain transactional
>systems, things could get really interesting. For straightforward
>deployments, XML over HTTP (or even SMTP) could have compelling value.
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