XML IDL and XML RPC
jlapp at webmethods.com
Wed Sep 23 05:55:43 BST 1998
At 07:47 PM 9/22/1998 -0700, Rex Brooks wrote:
>I only recently subscribed to this mailing list in order to better
>understand xml and how it was developing in relation to IDL and distributed
>computing in general.
I apologize if I sounded too upbeat about our product architecture.
I'm not sure how to sound otherwise about it.
Please let me know if I didn't clearly portray one effective way to
make XML and distributed computing work together. You asked someone
to compare the webMethods, CORBA, and ILU architectures. I don't
know anything about ILU, but I believe I gave pretty good coverage
for the remainder of your question.
Please also let me know how I might have reworded things so that it
sounds more informative and less salesmanlike. It would be useful
for me to know whether the problem was with the information or with
>I am beginning to be gravely disappointed at the
>extent to which this is a list mainly populated by self-serving vendors and
>authors. Is this really true, or am I just stepping in during a
>particularly ugly patch of competing offers?
Well, that extent is now one author who may have committed a faux pas.
I wouldn't grow worried too soon. Beat on me a bit, but don't jump ship.
P.S. I have options with my company, but I don't make a single cent off
of any of the articles I've written. I'll sign up for the vendor-selling-
wares error, but I pointed you to the book because it answers your question.
Joe Lapp | Senior Engineer
jlapp at webmethods.com | webMethods, Inc.
jlapp at acm.org | http://www.webMethods.com
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