* [hidden email] <[hidden email]> [Mar 04. 2016 19:02]:
> >> Up to version 2.5.0, wsmancli used internal data structures of openwsman.
> Can you please add more details on this ? As per my understanding,
> server and client exchanges data in SOAP format. As long as the SOAP
> data is as per DMTF standard why such restriction ?
Openwsman consists of a client and a server implementation. Client and
server communicate via the standardized WS-Management protocol.
wsmancli is the command line interface to the client implementation.
The client provides a rich and stable API, sufficient for all
However, wsmancli (before version 2.5.0) used internal knowledge of the
client implementation, effectively sneaking around the stable client API.
Version 2.5.0 of Openwsman had to change this internal data structure
(to switch to ordered selectors and properties) to improve
WS-Management standards-compliance of Openwsman.
wsmancli needed to adapt to this change. wsmancli 2.5.0 only uses the
documented client API and no more internal client knowledge.
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