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Re: [DotGNU]RE:Defining Webservices

From: David Nicol
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]RE:Defining Webservices
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 15:33:11 -0600

Bill Lance wrote:
> --- David Nicol <address@hidden> wrote:
> >
> > I would think transmitting an object is a subset of
> > method access.
> >
> > in other words, transmission is reducible to method
> > access.
> >
> > to transmit an object, you access (one of) its data
> > marshalling method(s)
> >
> Calling an objects method produces a package of data
> (or a side efect, or both).  'Transmitting an object'
> seems to me to imply a copying of the total object
> implimentation.  And this implies copying and
> reexecuting the code, itself, producing a new base of
> the original object.    Creating a new instance of a
> romote object thu an inheritance mechanism is a third
> means unique to networked OOP.

Whatever it is, it could be defined in terms of method access,
so I take Bill Lance's comment as in support of mine.

Also, we've gotten quite off the topic of "defining webservices"

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