Is this similar to the difference between early binding systems (compiled)
and late binding systems (scripting)?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave Winer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 12:55 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: 404 errors in SOAP
> Some new bits.
> I finally got to the bottom of the controversy over WSDLs and
> SOAP 1.1.
> SOAP w/o an IDL is 404 Not Found all over again.
> So you call a procedure and it's not there or its interface
> changed and your
> script fails.
> What does an IDL do to prevent such an outage, or to help you debug an
> outage that a script error wouldn't?
> Of course in this debate I'm taking the side of linkrot. It's
> our friend,
> it's what makes this stuff implementable, and keeps the gorillas from
> swamping and crushing The Little Folk.
> Yours truly,
> Dave Winer, UserLand Software
> Daily notes: http://www.scripting.com/
> "It's even worse than it appears."
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