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[REBOL] Re: Google + SOAP

From: dockimbel:free at: 24-Apr-2002 1:32

Hi Graham, For now, nothing special, it just closes the opened port. Remember that REBOL ports are just an abstraction for virtual series, they don't necessarily mean that you're using tcp/ip connections. In this case, the real http connection is closed in the 'insert call. So, 'close here doesn't mean we're closing a tcp/ip connection, it just tell the handler to free his ressources (for example, set to 'none all the XML parsing stuff and do a 'recycle) Just a though: When you use the open/insert/close approach you can call several remote methods without having to parse the WSDL file each time. This is not true for 'read calls...unless web services are globally managed as a list of cached port! values that could be reused when opening the 'soap scheme. This sounds better but will eat more memory. Maybe the /direct refinement of 'open and 'read could be used to tell the 'soap scheme to use the cache or not... -DocKimbel. Graham Chiu wrote: