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- From: mark hu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "Simon St.Laurent" <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Fri, 04 Aug 2000 17:26:07 -0400
Our product just simply send HTTP request with message wrapped in XML to
server side and server side listener pick up the message and un-wrap the
message and make relative Object Invokes ( we're using Java/CORBA - can
smoothly plug in COM as well, and the server side message listener can
re-direct message to anywhere that is wired up .... ) - So, I did see any
needs for XML-RPC, what it's fitting in ????????? - our product is
targetting Equity Trading floor - very high data volumes, and so far this
archi. works very well, and every one likes it - for using SOAP, we can just
simply make the message SOAP compatible and that's it, again, I did see any
needs for XML-RPC, what kind of big project we are talking about here
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----- Original Message -----
From: Simon St.Laurent <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 12:22 PM
Subject: Re: XML-RPC or SOAP
> At 09:03 AM 8/4/00 -0700, Dave Winer wrote:
> >XML-RPC is alive and well.
> >SOAP is coming along, but there aren't many interoperable
> >and none of them implement all the possibilities. So interoperability is
> >still a challenge in SOAP-space, where it's trivial in XML-RPC, and done,
> >and demonstrated.
> >So my advice is this, if XML-RPC does what you need to do, use it.
> For once, I'll agree with Dave 100%.
> SOAP may be more 'advanced', but XML-RPC is very convenient and easy to
> learn. For small projects, and maybe even for some relatively simple big
> projects, XML-RPC makes a lot of sense.
> (I like to say that XML-RPC gives you enough rope to hang yourself, but
> SOAP gives you enough rope to hang yourself and a lot of other people too.
> Rope is, of course, useful for other things as well!)
> Simon St.Laurent
> XML Elements of Style / XML: A Primer, 2nd Ed.
> http://www.simonstl.com - XML essays and books