Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.


Author:Jeremy Bowers
Posted:9/16/1999; 7:57:07 AM
Msg #:11126 (In response to 11122)
Prev/Next:11125 / 11127

Noone can deny the sexiness of doing RPC (and other things) over HTTP; HTTP is ubiquitous, easy to use (or at least it appears to be), and gets through firewalls easily (among other benefits pointed out in the draft).

Question: If RPC calls start to be done over HTML, where RPC calls are being blocked by firewalls for obvious reasons, aren't the firewalls going to try to block HTML-RPC eventually?

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