The first example of a call-return sequence at
is about 900 bytes, meaning that, on i-mode,
it would chew up almost 1 second. That
seems like a lot, for something that just
gets a stock quote.
Admittedly, a lot of the bytes are for namespace
declarations that seem to be optional according
to the spec; e.g.
Deleting these, making the identifiers less verbose and
crunching out some whitespace, I got a 50% reduction.
Is there some way to cut this down further?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Pollard" <jasonpollard_at_yahoo.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 8:26 AM
Subject: (keitai-l) lil SOAP lib
> Hi bleeding edge j2me developers,
> I've created a small java SOAP library which will allow your i-appli's (or
> midlets or whatever) to make SOAP calls and process the results. It's
> extremely crude at this point (pre-Alpha 0.02)(where .02=2nights), but
> small at 8.3K uncompressed, and, most importantly, it seems to work.
> anybody be interested?
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