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From Simon Nash <n...@apache.org>
Subject Re: should ServiceReference be used as a parameter on remotable interface method?
Date Wed, 03 Aug 2011 18:36:26 GMT
Giorgio Zoppi wrote:
> 2011/8/3 Scott Kurz <skurz3@gmail.com>:
>> Thanks for finding that Simon.   I think when I last came across that I
>> parsed it as assuming a local, PBR interface.
>> But...I don't have any support for that and the surrounding text
>> specifically mentions serialization, so I think you've captured the intent.
>> Well, it still seems ugly to me... if something in our Tuscany impl changes,
>> then your WSDL-mapped interface is now different?   It seems like we're
>> talking about a class of service:   remotable in the sense of cross-JVM, but
>> never invocable outside of the Tuscany runtime, not very SOA-ish.    I'm not
>> saying it's useless... it's just kind of a new concept thrown in from my
>> perspective.
> An other naive way is using the MTOM support and serialize in Java.
> However if you want something
> really SOAish, forget about Java serialization.What about if you have
> a C#/Python client?
> Using for example Apache Thrift will provide better interoperability
> if you want  binary serialization.
I don't want binary serialization; I think XML serialization is much
better for all cases other than Java->Java.  That's why we have support
for XML serialization in ServiceReferenceImpl :-)


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