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Re: passing objects to web service

From: Arthur Ryman <ryman@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 08:25:24 -0500
To: wakeup <alainc@euskalnet.net>
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Just say no.

Don't view Web services as a distributed object technology. View it as 
message exchange technology. Design your messages as nice, easy to 
understand XML documents and then you can bind them to objects inside your 
implementation. If you use an implementation language like Java or C#, you 
can generate code from the XML document description, i.e. the XSD, that is 
part of the Web service description (WSDL).

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I'm not sure which is the best form to passing objects in web services. 
How
do you do it?

- Returning the class?   public myclas exampleMethod()
- Returning a XML string?   public string exampleMethod()
- Another form?

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