Why HTTP for computer-computer interaction? Aside from a means of going
Seems like a lot of overhead. And the application must still deal with
retries. I presume access rights would rely on HTTPS and would be all or
nothing? Not to mention transactional capabilities.
At 02:59 PM 4/29/98 -0400, Jeffrey Ricker wrote:
The second application is a bit more difficult to explain. The concept is that two applications would talk to each other through HTTP in XML documents, which are human readable as well as machine readable. This makes creating and debugging interfaces a lot easier than the current compiled APIs.