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Re: Issue 221 (PI in soap documents)

From: Elliotte Rusty Harold <elharo@metalab.unc.edu>
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 13:31:07 -0400
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At 12:35 PM -0400 8/28/02, Dan Brickley wrote:


>Since we can now (if I understand right) deploy SOAP 1.2 services via HTTP
>GET, this seems to me to be a rather compelling scenario, since it would
>allow a single URI to serve documents that could be styled (XSLT; CSS) for
>browser/hypertext/human consumption as well as for SOAP clients.
>

Furthermore, XForms will allow the body of a POST to be essentially 
any well-formed XML document, not just a URL encoded query string. 
Thus you could design an XForm in a web page that posts a SOAP 
request to a SOAP service. The SOAP response could be styled by a CSS 
or XSLT stylesheet.
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