171Re: [soaplite] keep alive
- Apr 4, 2001
> : Speaking about XML-RPC, next version will include XMLRPC::Lite withOH, YES!
> : SOAP::Lite interface, but XMLRPC payload. It was tested with
> : userland's validator and it works just fine (for the first version).
> : It gives you access to all features of SOAP::Lite (authentication,
> : compression, SSL support, etc), access to all transports, and works
> : on client and server side. Will it be interesting?
One issue I will have in the next future is: speed.
Currently SOAP::Lite is using Expat, which is stable and working. But
in the case of SOAP and XML-RPC the payload format is not completely
arbitrary but has a rather predictable syntax.
I'm sure that a "SOAP-XML" or "XML-RPC-XML" parser can be considerable
faster than the generic Expat.
Any ideas (a) which parser to use and (b) how to tell SOAP::Lite to use
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