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Re: [DotGNU]RPC agnostic interface

From: David Sugar
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]RPC agnostic interface
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 07:23:06 -0500
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It's also worth noting GNUCOMM already uses XMLRPC. This is done in Apennine, which is a DSO plugin server for handing off XMLRC requests to various GNUCOMM component servers (like Bayonne, for example...).

L. C. Rees wrote:

Looking at "This week in DotGnu" at...

...I came across this passage...

"""* GNU Enterprise folks will try to write a wrapper library for as many 
languages as possible that will abstract away the details of XML-RPC,
SOAP, and other such protocols.  Other projects will adopt this library if and 
when it comes into being for their chosen implementation language.

* In the meantime, GNUe, DotGNU, GNU Groupware Standards, and phpGroupWare will favor XML-RPC 
over other RPC protocols whenever possible.  SOAP is the second choice if XML-RPC is 
impossible for some reason."""

...which I forwarded to Dave Winer of UserLand Software, XML-RPC's creator, 
who's always looking for examples of the protocol's use. These were his 

I don't know if the suggested interface fits but I thought I would point it out.

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