10101RE: [soapbuilders] state of the art on interoperability
- Feb 14, 2005Well, they're not endpoints to specifically test doc/lit, they focus on
a certain WS-* spec, but the app-level messages do use doc/lit.
Just as an example, IBM has an endpoint to test WS-RM:
http://wsi.alphaworks.ibm.com:8080/wsrm (for more info)
We do have others and if there's a specific spec you're interested
in testing just drop me a note and if we don't have an endpoint up
I'll see if we can get one (can't guarantee anything but ya never know :-)
Others have endpoints too but I'll let them post their URLs.
As for the WS-Needlepoint - not sure what to say. In the interop
events I've been involved in we've never had trouble with the
doc/lit side of things. Any issues that came up we're focused on
the WS-* spec we were testing - and even those ended up being
minor requests for clarification rather than real interop issues.
Nelson Minar <nelson@...>
02/14/2005 01:27 PMPlease respond to
email@example.comSubject RE: [soapbuilders] state of the art on interoperability
When I talk to people who build web services toolkits I feel like
we're in two different worlds. I build web services people use and
interop seems really difficult. But the tool vendors say it's great
and spin pictures of fancy WS-Needlepoint on top of this wonderful
basic framework. Maybe we're evaluating different use cases? Or to
>It should also be noted that there are quite a few live endpointsI know about the old soapbuilders rpc/encoded endpoints, but is there
>that have been specifically setup to help ad-hoc interop testing -
>allowing people to test w/o having to wait for a formal interop
something for document/literal?
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