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Adam Bosworth: 'In the services world, this has become XML over HTTP much more than so called "web services" with their huge and complex panoply of SOAP specs and standards. Why? Because it is easy and quick. Virtually anyone can build such requests. Heck, you can test them using a browser. That's really the big thing. Anyone can play. [...] Since most users of SOAP today don't actually use SOAP standards for reliability (too fragmented) or asynchrony (even more so) or even security (too complex), what are they getting from all this complex overhead[?] Well, for one, it is a lot slower.' — Congratulations!
2001-01-28: "SOAP is BLOAT."
2002-06-23-misc: "Of course, it might be rather depressing that essentially all of the SOAP specification (especially Section 5) is utterly irrelevant in this scenario with the exception of the Envelope."
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