[1/2] from: larry:ecotope at: 4-Jul-2001 10:35
Hi all, Those interested in interfacing REBOL with SOAP and XML-RPC may find this of interest. http://www.soapware.org/xmlStorageSystem xmlStorageSystem is an Internet storage system for XML documents that's programmable via XML-RPC and SOAP 1.1. It has entry-points that allow you to register with the service; upload a group of files (as few as 1); query the server to find out its capabilities; and to register a notification request. The XML documents it stores are accessible through HTTP. It allows callbacks for publish-and-subscribe. It supports two-way synchronization. Cheers -Larry
[2/2] from: gchiu::compkarori::co::nz at: 5-Jul-2001 19:49
On Wed, 4 Jul 2001 10:35:07 -0700 "Larry Palmiter" <[larry--ecotope--com]> wrote:
> Those interested in interfacing REBOL with SOAP and > XML-RPC may find this of
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I had a look at this a few weeks ago, but couldn't see much use for it. However, it gave me the idea to write a SOAP interface to all my own documents on my web server. Currently I can return any file as a base64 encoded string. From there it's only a few changes to allow Rebol's editor to save/load files off my web server. Is it better than ftp? I think it will eventually allow a finer granularity as to which users can edit which files. All I need now is time :-( -- Graham Chiu http://www.compkarori.co.nz/index.r
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