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Resource class does not list the REPORT method

From: Raj Kumar <kothapa@intalio.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 16:25:53 -0800
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Message-ID: <005b01c161a2$9a4628d0$9800a8c0@rajkumar>

I have  a question regarding the Rational Rose model available at the Delta
V web site.
What is the reason for the Resource class not having the Report method
listed as one of the operations.


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Cc: Edgar@EdgarSchwarz.de
Subject: Re (3): Definition of a configuration

"Clemm, Geoff" <gclemm@rational.com> wrote:
>    But will there be another open window sometime in the future when
>    this topic can be discussed again and a consensus of the group
>    could change the definition of a configuration ?
> Definitely, when we are going for next standard level (draft
> standard).  That will be a good time to revise any terminology that
> has proven to be confusing (such as the notorious "MOVE is
> COPY/DELETE" statement in 2518 ... always fun to pick on that :-).
That's good enough for me. So I won't discuss the definition of a
any more for the time being.
Out of curiosity :-) Could I get a feedback from some of the readers
of the mailing list ? Just a note whether they think this topic should be
discussed in the future or that they think it's irrelevant and I should
forget about it.
Then a plea to the parties I think are big players concerning implementing
DeltaV. Is there any chance of a joint effort for creating a scenarios or
validation suite document.
>From the top of my mind I can imagine Rational, Oracle, Merant, Microsoft,
Apache, ...

Cheers, Edgar
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