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RE: counterproposal on issue #144

From: Murali Janakiraman <murali@roguewave.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 16:33:28 -0800
Message-ID: <F888C30C3021D411B9DA00B0D0209BE8014F44A4@cvo-exchange.roguewave.com>
To: "'Alan Kent'" <ajk@mds.rmit.edu.au>, xml-dist-app@w3.org

> From Jacke
>  So yes, removing ptas from SOAP Encoding is a viable solution,
> after all. I think I can propose that as a counterproposal to my
> original proposal (ooops, too much proposing here). It means
> making array serialization rules about half as complex with no
> philosophical issues.

>> From Alan
>>***YES!*** Exactly what I had in mind. Keep the spec simple with
>>absolutely no loss of power. You just do p-t-a's differently.


 Yes but with one small difference. You have got to do it using your own
format, under your own encoding style which translates into interoperability

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