On Wed, 15 Dec 2004, Mike Taylor wrote:
>> From: "LeVan,Ralph" <[log in to unmask]>
>> In java, you have to make a new URL for every SRU transaction. That
>> turns out to be expensive. Running it over SRW lets the URL be
>> reused and was considerably more efficient.
>> Switching from the SOAP toolkit to hand-built SOAP messages resulted
>> in yet more efficiency.
>> I suspect I'll be bringing up the topic of SOAP in document mode
>> instead of RPC mode before too long.
> Ah ... Then we'll be cookin' with gas. If I understand rightly, that
> would allow us to reintroduce asynchronous (server-originated) packets
> such as Access Control from Z39.50 -- right?
Nope. We already (supposedly) use Document mode. Asynch would require
some way of receiving unrequested data at the client end.
(I use RPC mode internally and you can't tell the difference as a client)
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