No SOAP support. Not even a mention, AFAICT.
“Please take note… per our announcement on May 12, we will shutdown Version 3 of the API today. Please make sure you have migrated your applications to Version 4 in order to ensure uninterrupted service” – this, from the world’s most successful Web company. Obviously somebody missed a memo.
Sanjiva inadvertantly (I assume!) tells it like it is;
I’m still convinced that WS-* is the best technology *available today* to implement SOAs that do real “enterprisey” stuff
An email I received last night.
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Here’s the page he’s referring to, I assume. No comment.
“If you’re going to expose your service through multiple protocols then I really think that should it should be done in such as way as to take full advantage of the features of each protocol.”
“I think I’ll come out of the closet as an admitted RESTafarian / Web Stylista” Welcome to the fold, Stu! One dist-obj mailing list alumnus converted, (at least) one more to go. 8-)
After 4 years on Blosxom (thanks Rael!), I decided I needed something a little more user friendly, so I switched to WordPress tonight. I had a few issues, most of which were resolved without much effort, but a couple weird ones required workarounds rather than clean fixes. If you have any problems, please let me know. Oh, and I switched to Atom (1.0) only too – or at least that’s the only feed I advertise.
And did I mention the comments?