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   Re: [xml-dev] Demand for web services

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Ken North wrote:
> Joe Fawcett wrote:
>>>One of my assertions was that the growth of (XML) Web services was
>>>promoted by the need to separate content from presentation,
> Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
>>I'd say this was *one* of the driving forces behind *XML* but I don't
>>think it has much to do with web services as such.
> I'm in agreement with Rusty that the assertion above is correct if you delete
> "Web services".
> The evolution of Web services was driven more by a need for a solution for
> creating collaborative Internet applications (using platform-neutral
> technology).

I just finished my first web services type project last week. It was 
done for a single sign on for apps living on different machines and in 
IIS and java servlet containers. It works very well. Now we are looking 
at converting the other apps to provide web services so that my app can 
style them under one look and feel. I like it :)



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