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Janus
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      04-30-2004
Hello.

This must be a simple question. Why is a consumer called a consumer and not a client


 
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Patrice
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      04-30-2004
IMO this is because it could be confusing. From the point of view of the
webservice, it is a "client" but a particular client of your service could
be itself a server application or another webservice. "Consumer" is more
general and helps to avoid this confusion...

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> This must be a simple question. Why is a consumer called a consumer and

not a client?
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