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Mike Champion wrote:
> But don't underestimate the very real challenges that HTTP doesn't address
> "out of the box", so RESTful applications do have to address them.
> It's neither stupid nor evil to hope for an infrastructure-level
> solution to the reliability, transaction, business-level
> message routing, etc. issues that Mr. Box refers to when he criticizes HTTP.
Here we are, three years into the SOAP age, further from having
solutions to these problems then we were when we started. GREAT!
We could have added the features we needed to HTTP but instead we've
invented a whole new architecture, and then before even standardizing it
we've already torn down big swathes of it (section 5 has been
unofficially deprecated, and now SOAP-for-GET is). But instead we're
actually two steps backwards.