Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Plain Old XML (POX)

A term used to describe basic XML, as a contrast with multilayered XML specifications like those for Web Services or RDF. POX is different from REST, which refers to a style for communication protocols, while POX only refers to an information format style. REST could be seen as POX over HTTP.

Classic Web Services versus POX XML over MQ - are you really using XML?

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