<part xmlns:partns="java:com.capgroup.afs.webservices" name="aFSBlisRequest" type="partns:AFSBlisRequest" />
<part xmlns:partns="java:com.capgroup.afs.lampdb" name="cASTransaction" type="partns:CASTransaction" />
<s0:part element="s1:createTransaction" name="parameters" />
This is the W3C Recommendation . . .
This is a W3C Working Draft . . .
Web services are still in their infancy, but they are poised to make great inroads in the world of distributed application development. The most crucial elements to the long-term success of web services, however, will be standardization and the coherency of those standards. Currently, none of the web service technologies described in this book has any official standing with the W3C or the IETF. SOAP and WSDL have both been submitted to the W3C, but have no official recommendation status. XML-RPC has not been submitted to any standards body. UDDI is currently under the purview of an industry consortium and will probably go through several more iterations before being handed over to a standards body.
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