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Action-258: (Draft) Request to progress to Proposed Recommendation for SOAP-JMS

From: Eric Johnson <eric@tibco.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 12:05:47 +0200
Message-ID: <4E9D4F7B.7080902@tibco.com>
To: SOAP-JMS <public-soap-jms@w3.org>
SOAP-JMS WG - the following is my draft of the request to progress to 
PR, as per my action item 258:


Comments welcome!

Yves - please review and let me know what I should change!


Dear Colleagues,

The SOAP-JMS Working Group requests transition to Proposed 
Recommendation for the SOAP over Java Messaging Service 1.0 specification.

Document title
SOAP over Java Messaging Service 1.0

Draft: http://dev.w3.org/2008/ws/soapjms/soapjms-2011-PR.html
Final: http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/PR-soapjms-20111108/

The abstract can be found at:

The status of the document can be found at:

Estimated publication date:
November 8, 2011

Decision to request the transition:

Significant Changes Since Previous Publication
  * clarified text around the use of BytesMessage and TextMessage
  * added support for "contentEncoding"
  * improvements to non-normative text
  * miscellaneous editorial changes

For a complete report, see:

Evidence That Documentation Satisfies Group's Requirements
The background section of the document establishes what the document 
aims to define, and links to those portions of the specification:


Evidence that Dependencies Have Been Met
This specification has no normative dependency issues.

Evidence for Wide Review
There exist at least four implementations, including at least one open 
source implementation. Comments arrived on our public mailing list from 
parties previously unknown to members of the WG.

Evidence that issues have been formally addressed
All issues raised on the public mailing list resulted in issues entered 
in our tracker, and all issues in the issue tracker have been addressed 
to the satisfaction of the person who raised the issue.

Implementation Information
Three implementations have publicly stated that they pass the test suite 
defined by the WG.

None raised

Patent disclosures

Eric Johnson,
Chair, SOAP-JMS working group
Received on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:07:17 UTC

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