10120RE: [soapbuilders] state of the art on interoperability
- Feb 17, 2005Hi Doug,
I am interested weather you have interoperability
--- Doug Davis <dug@...> wrote:
> Nelson Minar <nelson@...> wrote on 02/16/2005__________________________________
> 09:11:30 PM:
> > Doug offered:
> > >With the endpoint we'll test against anyone who
> wants to test with us.
> > Could you remind me of where to find the endpoint?
> The Python ZSI guys
> > are just about to do a new release, maybe they
> could take a swing at it.
> Check http://wsi.alphaworks.ibm.com:8080/***
> where *** is either wsrf, wsrm, wstx or wspolicy
> and as I said, if you'd like another one for some
> other ws-* spec
> just let me know and I'll see what I can do. I
> should point out
> that the wsrm endpoint is a good test of WSA as well
> since you can
> run it w/o rm turned on, and testing the async part
> of WSA is critical
> to a fair number of other specs.
> > >One of the things that I have run into (in the
> past) is that when the
> > >SOAP stack I was using didn't support a newer
> feature I almost always
> > >found a way to get what I needed by avoiding the
> "canned" tooling and
> > >did a little bit of hand-crafting until the
> tooling caught up. Would
> > >this approach work for you?
> > That's what I do for myself, but it's a lot to ask
> of users to
> > customize their SOAP toolkits. If you have to go
> that far, it's
> > probably easier just to skip the SOAP toolkit
> entirely and fill in an
> > XML template. At least with document/literal the
> XML templates are
> > simple to understand.
> I hear ya - I wouldn't go so far as to dump the
> entire toolkit but I
> can definitely understand the inclination to skip it
> for processing
> certain bits of the envelope.
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