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Simon Fell wrote:
>>Tim Bray just posted an interesting notion of URL-encoding SOAP requests
> Have yet to see an example of how this works when faced with more
> complex input types.
It doesn't. But I suspect it's probably not cost-effective to try
to get the web-architectural benefits of GET once the inputs starts
looking hairy. I'm not proposing a general mechanism, just one that
applies for a small subset of the possible kinds of SOAP interactions.
I have no opinion as to whether this is a small or large subset
of the actual instances of real-world SOAP interactions. It doesn't
matter - what I'm proposing is simple and lightweight enough that
it's worth doing even if it only covers a small part of the space.