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Re: XMLCONF Proposal
On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 15:09, Phil Shafer wrote:
Juergen Schoenwaelder writes:
>I heard folks wondering why not use an existing RPC layer, which is
>different from adding another transport I would say.
The original picture is a bit simplistic, since XMLCONF-over-BEEP
(and XMLCONF-over-SOAP) uses the RPC mechanisms of the underlaying
Uh...BEEP isn't an RPC mechanism, is it? It's a MIME transport.
The XMLCONF RPC mechanism is really a shim that can be easily placed
on any RPC technology. It should allow future protocol mappings to
of the mentioned RPCs.
OK, so why is this useful? Why not just standardize on SOAP, which can
map to different transports already?
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