Re: Using unbounded sequences

From: Anne Thomas Manes <>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 18:27:37 -0500

Perhaps it is. But regardless of the impetus behind the behavior, the fact
remains that .NET doesn't support RPC/Literal. If you want to build a
service that interoperates with .NET, you should use Document/Literal.

At 06:56 PM 3/24/2004, you wrote:
>Anne Thomas Manes wrote:
>>There are lots of people at WS-I that really wanted to exclude the RPC
>>convention from the BP. But WS-I works by consensus, and it was a very
>>divisive issue.
>For the record, W3C works by consensus, WS-I does not. Working in a
>standards body, losing a vote on one issue, then proclaiming that
>you support the resulting standard all while refusing to support
>the one feature on which you got outvoted is, well, "childish".
>Roberto Chinnici
>Java Web Services
>Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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