Re: A tale of two bindings

The list of differences is completely ridiculous.  I can write
tunnelling-oriented SOAP right now, and the only difference between what
I use and your "application semantic" binding is whether faults come
back using 500 or 200.

> (**) A tunnel binding only requires a single bit of SOAP-identifying
> information on an inbound message in order to unambigously identify
> to a receiving implementation that a tunnel needs to be established.

Not at all.  It could be completely up to the local server
configuration.  I could write all my web services as CGI scripts and
nobody would know.

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Received on Monday, 23 July 2001 11:00:40 UTC