From: Jeff Bone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 16 2000 - 08:52:29 PST
Okay, okay --- Dan's concern is plainly stated enough that the objection begins to take
shape. if the problem is GET, let me restate my point. I'm *not* suggesting that we
screw with GET. I was merely pointing out that GET *could* be screwed with, i.e., a
1-method HTTP with just GET is sufficient to build a whole RPC infrastructure. GET
should remain side-effect free, fine. POST, on the other hand, clearly does have side
effects, and is clearly the appropriate place to hang a generic, over-http-RPC.
Which is exactly what Dave W. has done.
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