Re: [PHP] Re: [SOAP] web services

2003-03-28 Thread Mark 'Kamikaze' Hughes
Fri, Mar 21, 2003 at 05:23:10PM -0500 in [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bill Kearney [EMAIL PROTECTED] spake: Unless, of course, you need real text encoding. XML-RPC *only* supports USASCII. No unicode, not even ISO-8859-1. And it's spec author actively fights /against/ improving this situation. And

[PHP] Re: [SOAP] web services

2003-03-22 Thread Bill Kearney
Unless, of course, you need real text encoding. XML-RPC *only* supports USASCII. No unicode, not even ISO-8859-1. And it's spec author actively fights /against/ improving this situation. -Bill Kearney Tony Bibbs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] That seems network

[PHP] RE: [SOAP] web services

2003-03-20 Thread Paul Miller
You could also check into a RSS implementation. Take the standardized approach to XML-RPC. http://backend.userland.com/rss - Paul -Original Message- From: Tony Bibbs [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2003 4:23 PM To: Merlin Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[PHP] Re: [SOAP] web services

2003-03-20 Thread Tony Bibbs
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)