Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of AsynchronousServicesFifth

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2008/02/15 16:46:53 (10 years ago)
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    77[attachment:ticket:1:Polling-Asynchronous-Model-from-Gent.png A solution based on polling] is more light-weight since it does not assume that a client exposes a service interface.  
    8 As there are no available generalized standards for such an interface, we are free to define one. One solution is to use the soaplab async. interface, which is [http://soaplab.sourceforge.net/soaplab1/images/soaplab-api.jpg described in the soaplab documentation]. For WSDL-described services it would be useful if it were defined in a WSDL file, which should be reused as much as possible, and then imported into the WSDL of the service you wish to provide a async interface to ([attachment:wiki:AsynchronousServicesFifth:sayHello.wsdl see example below]). WSDL 2.0 helps a lot in this area. 
     8As there are no available generalized standards for such an interface, we are free to define one. One solution is to use the [http://www.omg.org/technology/documents/formal/lsae.htm SoapLab async. interface], which is from LSAE and it is [http://soaplab.sourceforge.net/soaplab1/images/soaplab-api.jpg described in the soaplab documentation]. For WSDL-described services it would be useful if it were defined in a WSDL file, which should be reused as much as possible, and then imported into the WSDL of the service you wish to provide a async interface to ([attachment:wiki:AsynchronousServicesFifth:sayHello.wsdl see example below]). WSDL 2.0 helps a lot in this area, since it extends WSDL WS description capabilities to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REST REST] world. 
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     10  * [http://www.omg.org/technology/documents/formal/lsae.htm LSAE, which describes SoapLab asynchronous services] 
     11  * [http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?dtc/2005-04-08 Page pointing to the zip archive with WSDL files from LSAE (used by SoapLab), describing asynchronous protocol] 
    1012  * [http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-rest1/ REST and Web Services in WSDL 2.0] 
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