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Francis Norton wrote:
> That would make me happy - my bottom line is that I want to be able to
> access Web Services from XSLT. If we had a HTTP GET that was flexible
> enough to permit rich queries then this could be supported in WSDL -
> it could even be specified there if there is a new version coming out
> - and it would eventually be implemented straight out of the Web
> Services box.
Apologies for posting a suggestion when I'm not going to be around to
read responses (the sun's going home here, and so should I) but one
solution would be for WSDL to provide a feature similar to
http:urlEncoded  for the HTTP GET binding - call the extension
http:urlPayload, and specify that the resulting URL takes the form
Assume UTF-8 encoding - it's not very pretty but we could do worse....