[SOAP WebDAV] SOAP and WebDAV bits
[1/4] from: gregg::pointillistic::com at: 13-Nov-2008 9:00
Hello all, I know Graham has done some SOAP stuff, and there are some ML archive resources on REBOL.org, but I haven't found what I would call a definitive reference. Has anyone pursued a SOAP or WebDAV interface in depth? Graham? Thanks! -- Gregg
[2/4] from: compkarori::gmail::com at: 15-Nov-2008 21:00
Gregg After all that discussion we had in the early 2000s regarding SOAP, unfortunately nothing ever came from that. After all those years I didn't need to use SOAP again until this past month. I made some changes to the http-prot.r ( see http://rebol.wik.is/Protocols/Http ) So, I can do this read/custom url reduce [ 'soap payload [ soapaction: "" ]] where payload is the xml soap message. I am using rebelxml.r from the library to construct messages and deconstruct the results. Pretty much everything is done by hand ... no automated tools to read the xsd etc. rebelxml.r can't read messages with namespaces eg. <ns:blah ... > and so Maxim has suggested you do a search and replace on the XML result to remove all the namespaces prior to parsing with rebelxml On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 5:00 AM, Gregg Irwin <gregg-pointillistic.com> wrote:
> Hello all, > I know Graham has done some SOAP stuff, and there are some ML archive
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[3/4] from: gregg::pointillistic::com at: 16-Nov-2008 12:30
Hi Graham, GC> I made some changes to the http-prot.r (see GC> http://rebol.wik.is/Protocols/Http) GC> So, I can do this GC> read/custom url reduce [ 'soap payload [ soapaction: "" ]] GC> where payload is the xml soap message. Thanks Graham! I haven't needed it until now either, and it's a backup plan if another interface can't be made to work to talk to an MS Exchange server. It looks like all the old interfaces are being deprecated in favor of the SOAP-based web services interface to it, so it may be the future in any case. -- Gregg
[4/4] from: tim-johnsons::web::com at: 16-Nov-2008 15:14
On Sunday 16 November 2008, Gregg Irwin wrote:
> Hi Graham, > GC> I made some changes to the http-prot.r (see
<<quoted lines omitted: 7>>> deprecated in favor of the SOAP-based web services interface to it, so > it may be the future in any case.
I second that emotion. My partner has been using SOAP requestions via perl for years now. SOAP heavily adapted in Real Estate web application. Tim
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