Lists Home |
Date Index |
On Fri, 27 Sep 2002, Jeff Greif wrote:
> You can imagine a single
> piece of code acting as the guts of a client that can access any web service
> described by WSDL.
Without any knowledge of the operation's semantics? Such a thing will
only be useful as a debugging tool.
(The BBN Cronus distributed system, a research project, had this in 1988;
Corba had it's DII (dynamic invocation interface) in the early 90's. The
fun thing about this WS stuff is that it's not all that new... :)