On Jun 21, 2006, at 12:35 PM, Chad Woolley wrote:
"lowercase" web services?  What do you use to talk XML on the RoR
side?   One of the Ruby SOAP implementations, something homegrown, or
something else?

Currently Solr returns back a custom XML layout and accepts a custom format. These are defined on the Solr wiki very nicely.

I'm currently using REXML to parse the responses, and its working fine. But I think REXML's performance is not quite as quick as perhaps sending back YAML or even Ruby code to eval. Solr has a custom response handler hook so XML is not required, just the default.

By "lowercase" web services I mean it's a service, and it's on the web, but it's not heavy SOAP.

        Erik, the RESTful one

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