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RE: [SOAP] soap question

From: Oisin Hurley <ohurley@iona.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 22:46:36 -0000
To: "Orchard, David" <dorchard@jamcracker.com>, <dick@8760.com>, "XP-PUBLIC" <xml-dist-app@w3.org>
Message-ID: <009701c08bd7$aaecd090$182c74d5@psychobilly>
<dick b>
Another use case from the SOAP list indicating that XP may need to support
"Objects" as payloads.
I don't believe XP has a use case for passing objects, should this be
considered a valid use case for XP?
</dick b>

<dave o> Yes, consider it a use-case. </dave o>

Hmm, if you want to consider this a use-case, then you will have to address
the fact that there
is no object model in XP. Given this non-trivial issue, I would suggest that
this not be included
as a use case. It is more appropriate to say that sending 'objects'
(whatever they are :) in XP
messages is an implementation language specific XML serialization issue.

 cheers
  --oh
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