725Re: [soapbuilders] Outstanding BDG issues
- Mar 31, 2001jake wrote:
> I think the SOAP spec specifically says that as long as the URI is a sub-URIHave you tried it? My tests indicate that only one server
> of http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/ indicates "conformance with the
> SOAP encoding rules defined in section 5"
actually checked the encoding URI, and it didn't like the
But thinking some more, I think the main difference here is
that I don't see (and I refuse to see) the BDG as a protocol
variant. Instead, the BDG describes a set of restrictions
that a SOAP-based application may chose to enforce.
There's nothing in the SOAP specification that says that
an application cannot say "sorry, I don't understand that
request", even if it's handed a syntactically valid SOAP
The BDG simply specifies what your application (consisting
of your code, plus a BDG-compatible stack) MUST to under-
stand, in order to be "BDG compliant".
It's still 100% SOAP 1.1; all it does is adding some policy
to the mechanisms. If you don't like the policy, don't use
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