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Re: RFC : Interop Registration & Notification Service

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  • mstone@sqldata.com
    Simon, Sounds an excellent idea to me. Are you also going to implement a web interface to the registration? ... me ... system ... tests, ... to ... webpart.
    Message 1 of 2 , May 25, 2001
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      Simon,

      Sounds an excellent idea to me. Are you also going to implement a web
      interface to the registration?


      --- In soapbuilders@y..., Simon Fell <soap@z...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > This is an idea i've been kicking around for a couple of weeks, let
      me
      > know what you think.
      >
      > I've was thinking about how i could further automate the interop
      > testing process, and at the same time make it easier to keep up with
      > the stream of new & updated servers to test, client results to check
      > for new problems. I came up with a normal service registration
      system
      > but extended it with a notification service (all SOAP based of
      > course). The basic structure is this
      >
      > 1. Services
      > We define 1..n services, we currently have the standard interop
      tests,
      > and it looks like there's at least one more on the way
      >
      > 2. Server Implementations
      > You register a server implementation of a service, if you deploy an
      > updated implementation, you register an update.
      >
      > 3. Client Results
      > You register your client results page, each time you update your
      > results, you register an update
      >
      > 3. Notifications
      > You can register to be notified via a SOAP callback, each time there
      > is a server and/or client change, this would enable you for example
      to
      > re-run your client test suite against that service.
      >
      > In addition to the SOAP based stuff, the log of client and server
      > updates could populate a RSS feed and/or a digital dashboard
      webpart.
      >
      > Whilst i don't want to complicate the interop process, i feel at
      this
      > point, a little infrastructure will make everyone life a little
      > easier.
      >
      > I posted some WSDL files, of what i thought the SOAP interface might
      > look like at
      > http://www.pocketsoap.com/registration/service.wsdl ( core service )
      > http://www.pocketsoap.com/registration/notification.wsdl ( the
      > callback interface )
      >
      > If people feel like this is worth pursuing, then i'm more than happy
      > to develop & host the service.
      >
      > Cheers
      > Simon
      > www.pocketsoap.com
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