Pete, please see my comments inside. 8-)
On Tue, 2 Oct 2001, Pete Hendry wrote:
> I understand what Martin is doing, I just don't see why
> anyone would want to do it and why it should be supported
> for interop. Your example above is completely lost on me as
> to relevance to a SOAP message! Why would someone want to
> mix schema version in a SOAP message (or for that matter,
> in a WSDL document describing a service)??
Pete, there is no conflict in a message that says three times the
exactly same information. The message is completely valid.
> I'd rather concentrate on getting useful stuff working
> rather than degenerate into a 'my toolkit can do this so
> maybe it should be an interop test'!
I don't think this is a feature of WASP C++, I think this is a
bug of the toolkits that get confused by this, and I think fixing
bugs is useful. I can see, however, how this particular bug can
be a very low-priority one. 8-)