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Is RPC/Encoded vanishing?

From: Agarwal, Naresh <nagarwal@informatica.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 06:52:35 -0700
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Is RPC/Encoded form of SOAP is vanishing out and Doc/Literal form of SOAP is going to be more popular in the future?
Have a look at the following facts:
*	 Some of toolkit (like .NET) use Doc/Literal by default
*	SOAP 1.2 specification (recently announced as standard by W3C) makes support for SOAP encoding optional (that is, a toolkit can claim SOAP 1.2 compliance without supporting     SOAP encoding)
*	 W3C Web Service Description Working Group chose to drop support for encoding from their latest working draft of the WSDL 1.2 specification.
Naresh Agarwal
Received on Thursday, 10 July 2003 10:56:49 UTC

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