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I did my application with SOAP, and love it!

You can design your modules to interact with SOAP and without!

I made some modules to make some actions and added wrappers Client and Server.

  • Client interact with server (add login, available test, autenticate on new() and logout on DESTROY)
  • Server make the call to my module.

    On development time you test your modules with a single script, if now you don't need SOAP, it's ok! At future when needs to implement SOAP lowest changes are needs...

    * You don't really need login/test/auth, but I think it's good for security.
    **SOAP::Lite design permit you to use remote modules similar local modules (with some restrictions, see doc for autodispatch)

    Marco Antonio

    In reply to Re: lightweight SOAP for local applications by mda2
    in thread lightweight SOAP for local applications by schweini

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