Simon Fell > Its just code
Giants forging Web services consortium. Microsoft, IBM, Intel and BEA Systems plan to educate businesses on how to build Web services and how to ensure they do it in a compatible way, according to sources. [CNET News.com] Perhaps the folks on decentralization who've been flaming SOAP every which way recently are on to something after all. It doesn't seem to be a very positive message for web services, if some big consortium is needed to tell everyone how to build services that interop. If I was feeling really synical I might be tempted to point out that the web services tools BEA ship haven't been involved in the soapbuilders interop testing.
Henrik confirmed I was on the right track, just a few endianess issues to fix in the code. Anyone know the .NET equivilant to htonl ?
Any of the DIME folks in the crowd care to double check my resulting header byte sequence ?
James : "Is the WSDL message element really necessary?" I'd vote to ditch it as well.