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Hi all. In a recent webcast about Service Oriented Architecture on msdn, Don Box said that we can have "extensibility" in web services (in SOAP, to be precise) through the use of Routing. I do not have a clue about what DB meant. And you? tnx, The Dotnetteer....

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    Default extensibility through routing on WS?

    Hi all.
    In a recent webcast about Service Oriented Architecture on msdn, Don Box
    said that we can have "extensibility" in web services (in SOAP, to be
    precise) through the use of Routing.

    I do not have a clue about what DB meant. And you?

    tnx,
    The Dotnetteer.
    Thedotnetteer Guest

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    Default Re: extensibility through routing on WS?

    Maybe he meant WSE:

    Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 1.0 SP1 for Microsoft .NET
    [url]http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=06255A94-2635-4D29-A90C-28B282993A41&displaylang=en[/url]
    Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 1.0 Service Pack 1 provides support for
    security features such as digital signature and encryption, message routing
    capabilities, and the ability to include message attachments that are not
    serialized into XML. Functionality is based on the WS-Security, WS-Routing,
    WS-Attachments and DIME specifications.

    WSE 1.0 SP1 contains important security API, scalability and performance
    enhancements as well as bug fixes. This service pack is binary compatible
    with WSE 1.0 and does not require code changes to your existing WSE 1.0
    applications to upgrade. It is recommended that you upgrade to WSE 1.0 SP1
    if you are working with WSE 1.0 or any WSE technology previews. Before
    installing this service pack, it is recommended that you uninstall 1.0.


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    > Hi all.
    > In a recent webcast about Service Oriented Architecture on msdn, Don Box
    > said that we can have "extensibility" in web services (in SOAP, to be
    > precise) through the use of Routing.
    >
    > I do not have a clue about what DB meant. And you?
    >
    > tnx,
    > The Dotnetteer.

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