Re: [soapbuilders] Re: The Interop tests and BDG (was : some questions/observations re: BDG)
- rich write:
> > >>(the BDG spec could of course spell it out: "if an implementationlike XML, you mean ;-)
> > receives something that is valid SOAP, but outside this subset, it
> > should detect this problem and report it back using the SOAP fault
> > mechanisms.")
> > Yes! That's exactly what I was trying to get Jake to tell me.
> That doesn't sound right. Philosophically it violates a core Internet
> (IETF) aphorism: be liberal in what you accept.
> Pragmatically, it would prohibit any single endpoint from speakingthought that was obvious... (see jake's and andrew's messages)
> both full soap and the BDG profile.
> You need to add "that it is unable to process" before "it should"