what's difference in HTTP Client API for java and Tamino API

Hi,anyone can tell me what’s difference in HTTP Client API for java and Tamino API for java?
thanks!

Hi there,

The HTTP client API was the original API that was shipped with Tamino and supported methods for querying, updating etc. The restriction with this was that the returned documents were always DOM documents.

The new API has a more flexible and a true OO architecture which supports different object models (e.g. JDOM) as well as DOM. The new API also has support for EJB as well.

hi,

the http client api had been in use for tamino versions 2.x to 3.x. it is, however, a pure DOM api.
therefore, a new API has been designed which is now known as the Tamino API for Java.
if you are just now beginning to develop a new application using an api, you would probably do well to use the later, as the “legacy” api will not be maintained much further.

regards,
andreas f.