Simon Fell > Its just code
Saturday, December 21, 2002
PocketSOAP v1.4.0 now available!, includes support for HTTP compression, and HTTP timeouts on PocketPC as well as a few bug fixes.
Groovy Radio John Burkhardt is talking about Tim Knips Groove/Radio integration woes. Its true the SOAP Stack in Radio doesn't support SOAP Headers [it also doesn't support doc/literal SOAP messages, which Groove uses]. Its also true that the Radio SOAP stack supports the BDG, but the BDG is like a SOAP 1.1 profile (just like what the WS-I want to do), its compliant with the SOAP spec, but doesn't necessarily support all the features of SOAP [the bare minimum you need to do for headers to be compliant with the SOAP spec is to fault if you see a mustUnderstand that's all]. It represents what SOAP tools were aiming for back when it was written some 18 months ago, but since then SOAP has moved on, and many tools have moved on too, doc/literal style SOAP is much more prevailant, and there is an ever growing number of WS-* spec that [rightly so] use SOAP Headers. FWIW, I think Groove made the right choice.