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See this link for the complete article.
 
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Originally posted by Johannes de Jong:
See this link for the complete article.


Very interesting, Johannes. I can't wait to see implementations of this standard come out. This addresses some of the shortcomings of UDDI that we've seen.
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This article is written in Oct 31, 2001.
Also, from the content it seems things are happening recently.
Is Web-service so new?
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Yes, Web services are quite new and still evolving. However, do not mistake the current pace of new "languages/techniques" for a steady-state. I expect that the range of "new" Web services technologies (like WS-Inspection) will calm down within the next 6 months. The real work will begin with a new phase, already started, and most likely lasting for 12-18 months, in which we will see continued improvement of the implementations and tooling in this area.

Originally posted by faisal mahmood:
This article is written in Oct 31, 2001.
Also, from the content it seems things are happening recently.
Is Web-service so new?
Faisal



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Sometimes I wish- they will makeup thier mind and create a standard so that we can move and implment the business rather than going thru the learings of every new flavr of technology.
Webservices started with SOAP/WSDl/WDDI. There already new additions like WSCL/WSFl etc- they are useful but a lot of strain on developers.
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It would be nice if MS did not feel it had to impose its own flavour on everything. SOAP is a great idea for protocol, but MS will not leave it at that. For that matter, why cannot MS accept w3c standard XML instead, having MSXML? Perhaps they may take a leaf from the book IBM is reading and support open source (even if only to fight MS) software like Linux
 
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Sanjay:
If SOAP/WSDL and UDDI are sufficient for your needs, then great, you can stop there and be productive. The decision in the Web services community was to produce a collection of smaller, relatively complementary standards as opposed to a single monolithic approach. This allows a mix and match approach to designing and deploying applications and middleware. This makes it much easier from a standards perspective as well, as changes can be made locally to existing specs where appropriate and new specs can be added to the mix to serve special purpose.
I agree there is a lot of new technology coming down the pipes, but I assert that the rate of change will slow down over the next 6-12 months to everyone's relief.
sgg

Originally posted by Sanjay Bahal:
Sometimes I wish- they will makeup thier mind and create a standard so that we can move and implment the business rather than going thru the learings of every new flavr of technology.
Webservices started with SOAP/WSDl/WDDI. There already new additions like WSCL/WSFl etc- they are useful but a lot of strain on developers.
Sanjay



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