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Re: How to POST in XML format
- From: hector santos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2001 08:42:40 -0400
First, thanks to all who provided input.
On Jun 08, 2001 01:46pm, MIKE@SKEW.ORG wrote to ALL:
>> a) you could use a proxy or middleware whichs reformats the
>> data into XML/SOAP before sending to a seerver, and
format. Now I have to add yet another layer to our server to
take in a new format. Great! Now I'll have more OVERHEAD <g>
>> b) you can also use the FORM type="text/xml" attribute
>> using the "browser" built-in XML support.
> No. Well, if the browser has such a thing, sure. But HTML does not allow
> for the possibility of anything other than the 2 standard media types for
> form data submissions. If you find an example of "B", let me know. :)
I thought I read some where in the internet where you can do B but it
required encoding schemas. I have to do the search again for this,
but I properly misunderstood thinking this was all said and done.
The main point I realize now and surprise to see is that the client
world has not standardized on it yet. Just coming into XML/SOAP now,
one would think this is all resolved by now. :-)
Hector Santos, President