That seems network intensive to me. Offering web services for some basic tasks makes sense but not making an entire application that does all functionality over the web will be slow and impractical.
Also, consider XML-RPC. Some people insist on hammering a nail with a sledgehammer (soap) when a XML-RPC implementation (the hammer) is better suited. That said, I use both raw XML, XML-RPC and SOAP for various tasks. It doesn't have to be all or the other (not that you implied that)... --Tony On Fri, 21 Mar 2003, Merlin wrote: > Hi everybody, > > I am currently trying to understand how to place content on a different site > without giving away my code. SOAP seems to be the solution. I am absolutly > new to web services. What I did understand so far is that it is basicly > pritty simple to transfer some data like a currency exchange rate over the > web service. But how about a complete web portal? Connected to the same DB, > the php files hosted on my server, but the application served by a different > server. Like co branding the portal. Is this possible as well? > > Maybe someone can point me into the right direction. > > Thanx a lot, > > Merlin > > > > -- Tony Bibbs "I guess you have to remember that those who don't [EMAIL PROTECTED] hunt or fish often see those of us who do as harmlessly strange and sort of amusing. When you think about it, that might be a fair assessment." --Unknown -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php