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New issue: editorial - wsaw:Action -> SOAP Action -> default action?

From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 13:53:45 -0700
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Section 4.4.1 defines a mechanism to explicitly set the action value
(wsaw:Action).  It says "In the absence of a wsaw:Action attribute" use
the specified SOAP action.

 

Section 4.4.2 defines a defaulting mechanism.  It says "In the absence
of a wsaw:Action attribute" calculate the action using the algorithm
which follows.

 

The use of the same text ("In the absence...") for each of these
mechanisms renders it unclear whether the default action pattern or the
specified SOAP action is to take precedence.  I think the intention is
clear - use wsaw:Action if present, else use specified SOAP action if
present, otherwise use the default pattern.

 

There appear to be a number of straightforward editorial remedies.

 

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