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WSDL Requirement-Incremental parsing/processing of messages

From: joshy joseph <joshyjjp@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 18:21:01 -0500 (EST)
To: www-ws-desc@w3.org
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Based on the XML Protocol Usage Scenario (2.14 S21 Incremental 
parsing/processing of SOAP messages) and other requirements (a SOAP 
processor returning a large amount of data as attachment or message) there 
is a need for a SOAP processor and the SOAP client proxies to be constructed 
with the notion of data streaming in mind so that applications can scale 
well. (Especially in the case of dynamic proxy and stub creation scenarios)

This requirement for the SOAP processors imposed a requirement on the WSDL 
to be descriptive enough (like MIME binding or some kind of extension) to 
describe so that the Service Provider will do incremental parsing and 
processing of data (input) and the client can process the return message or 
attachment the same way.  Without this description most of the toolkits will 
find it difficult to use this SOAP processor advantages for scalability 
and/or fail in interoperability.

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