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   Re: Default Namespaces - why don't they apply to attributes?

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  • From: Stefan Haustein <haustein@ls8.cs.uni-dortmund.de>
  • To: Andrew Layman <andrewl@microsoft.com>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 15:45:20 +0200

Andrew Layman wrote:
> SOAP section five specifically provides serialization rules for entire
> objects or graphs of objects. Its use is not limited to method calls but is
> a general facility for serialization.

Wouldn't it be clearer to put section five into an own document, or 
to give it at least a name like SSF (SOAP Serialization Format) that 
can be simpler referenced than "SOAP section five"? (Oops, what does 
SSF actually mean - SOAP Serialization Format or SOAP Section five? :-)

My problem is: When I mention SOAP, I first need to explain 
that I do not mean HTTP+XML based RPC but the serialization format 
mentioned in section five of the spec...




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