RE: Action Item 2004-07-01 Solution to 168/R114


> 	I'm +1 to leaving dispatching out of band on the basis that
> 	its the server's business to know how to dispatch and the WSDL
> 	is what the server has decided to tell *the client*. There's no
> 	need for the server to tell the client how *it* does 
> its internal
> 	work.
> A big -1. It is a problem for interop. 

Could you elaborate on why? If I send you a message (one that you have
advertised that you understand), you can use the that message plus any
other data/knowledge you have internally to decide where to dispatch it.
I don't want to know or need to know how you dispatch this, just that
the message is processed somehow (which is described by the
"processMessage" or "processThis" architectural model [1] very nicely).



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