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[Bug 5106] sml 4.2.2 epr scheme

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Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 20:29:21 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=5106


popescu@ca.ibm.com changed:

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------- Comment #1 from popescu@ca.ibm.com  2007-10-29 20:29 -------
The current content has been slightly changed since the bug has been opened.

Current content for section 4.2.2 :

4.2.2 EPR Scheme
The EPR reference scheme MUST be implemented by using an instance of the
wsa:EndpointReference global element declaration [WS-Addressing Core] as a 
child element of the SML reference element. Instances of the EPR reference
scheme MUST NOT be interpreted as inter-document references in the context of
an SML-IF document.

The following example illustrates how the EnrolledCourse reference that
references course PHY101 in MIT university can be represented using the EPR
scheme:

[Example Under Construction]

<EnrolledCourse xmlns="http://www.university.example.org/ns" sml:ref="true">
  <wsa:EndpointReference
       xmlns:u="http://www.university.example.org/schema">
    <wsa:Address>http://www.university.example.org</wsa:Address>
  </wsa:EndpointReference>
</EnrolledCourse>


Changed to :

The EPR reference scheme MUST be implemented by using an instance of the
wsa:EndpointReference global element declaration [WS-Addressing Core] as a 
child element of the SML reference element. 

The following example illustrates how the EnrolledCourse reference that
references course PHY101 in MIT university can be represented using the EPR
scheme:

<EnrolledCourse xmlns="http://www.university.example.org/ns" sml:ref="true">
  <wsa:EndpointReference
       xmlns:u="http://www.university.example.org/schema">
    <wsa:Address>http://www.university.example.org</wsa:Address>
  </wsa:EndpointReference>
</EnrolledCourse>

What changed :
1.Removed : Instances of the EPR reference scheme MUST NOT be interpreted as
inter-document references in the context of an SML-IF document. ( this is
already in IF; SML should not refer to IF )
2. Removed: [Example Under Construction] ( you proposed to change it with Valid
example but I feel this is redundant with the paragraph above )
3. Replaced : 
....as a  child element of the SML reference element.
with ...as a  child of the SML reference element.
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