10237RE: [soapbuilders] Re: origin of interoperability problems?
- May 9, 2005
> People say the best way to build interoperable web services is focusWhilst moving to document based services from encoded was indeed a step
> on the XML documents. I'm increasingly thinking that's the only way to
> do things. Alas, what that means in most languages is you treat your
> SOAP packets like XML documents and slog through them with DOM or the
> like. I fear that in many languages you're better off without the
> fancy SOAP/WSDL toolkits entirely.
backwards in terms of interoperability between code based tools, it's
been a giant leap forward for those of us who have to unite the code and
document universes. Adding decoration such as soapArray attributes into
messages generatded using XSLT just so the likes of .NET would accept
them was no fun.
So I'll take the oportunity to once again shamelessly plug the up and coming
W3C Workshop on Schema User Experiences* where basically this topic is
going to be the subject of two days discussion.
-- It's our best chance to encourage the W3C to better help
us in our attempts to use XML Schema to describe Web service messages,
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