Simon Fell > Its just code
Tomas says Being a courious mind and all that, I ask: What other transports? Well, things I've seen code for include SMTP, Jabber, a simple TCP binding [implemented by SOAP::Lite and PocketSOAP], BEEP, MSMQ, JMS, and other message queuing products. One I haven't seen anyone support yet, but which I expect to gain some traction once more toolkits have DIME support, is the DIME/TCP binding detailed in the WS-Routing spec.
Jon asks Does SOAP routing necessarily preclude an HTTP-derived transport? It doesn't preclude it, but SOAP routing gets more interesting when you take HTTP out of the picture and look at other transports.
Webcasters win reprieve from fees. Federal regulators reject proposed royalty rates for online music broadcasts, which small Webcasters criticized as too high and the big record labels called too low. [CNET News.com] <vbg>
Full source, executables, and README are available as a 23K download.[Sam Ruby] Its neat, but to be fair, that 23k download requires the .NET runtime, a 21Mb download if you don't have it.