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From "George I Matkovits" <>
Subject Re: streaming outbound messages (was Re: [Vote] 1 Msg or 2)
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2001 23:43:46 GMT
Store-and-forward (Soap over MQSeries or MS-MQ) environments are the only way to
assure reliability for true 'enterprise' interactions. Here the use of a symmetric
key for encryption works really fast and does not impede streaming. Signature
verification and inline encryption will be the defacto mode of operation in real
and NOT 'toy' environments.
Regards - George (just the 'opinion' of a true UDDI believer :-)

Aleksander Slominski wrote:

> Doug Davis wrote:
> > I don't know - I sort of agree, but at the same time I wonder about more
> > serious handlers like encryption and DigitalSignature handlers.  These
> > do some pretty serious work and are done after the "real" work is done.
> > But if these fail should we return a fault gracefully?
> hi,
> to handle encryption or to check and generate digital signature in soap
> envelope you will have to buffer whole output in memory so i think it is not
> the case to consider for streaming.
> somebody using XML level encryption/signature should be aware of performance
> hit and if necessary can use more transport oriented solution such as TLS/SSL
> with client certificates (then in this case streaming seems to be feasible and
> desirable...).
> i think that it would be very good for performance to allow streaming for
> simple RPC calls/messages but allow buffering and some kind of DOM tree
> (partial?) when some handlers needs to use it (such as digital signature).
> thanks,
> alek
> --
> Aleksander Slominski, LH 316, IU,
> As I look afar I see neither cherry Nor tinted leaves Just a modest hut
> on the coast In the dusk of Autumn nightfall - Fujiwara no Teika (1162-1241)

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