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From: Marc Hadley via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 19:48:03 +0000
To: public-ws-addressing-eds@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1FNxh5-0004o5-2o@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/2004/ws/addressing
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv18432

Modified Files:
	ws-addr-wsdl.xml 
Log Message:
Used alternate words instead of lowercase RFC2119 terms

Index: ws-addr-wsdl.xml
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/2004/ws/addressing/ws-addr-wsdl.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.84
retrieving revision 1.85
diff -C2 -d -r1.84 -r1.85
*** ws-addr-wsdl.xml	24 Mar 2006 15:34:39 -0000	1.84
--- ws-addr-wsdl.xml	27 Mar 2006 19:48:00 -0000	1.85
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                      implementation of the specification.</p>
                  <p>WS-Addressing is defined in terms of the XML Information Set [<bibref
!                         ref="XMLInfoSet"/>]. WS-Addressing may be used with SOAP [<bibref
                          ref="SOAP12-PART1"/>] as described in &wsa-soap.title;[<bibref
                          ref="WSADDR-SOAP"/>]. The examples in this specification use an XML 1.0
--- 146,150 ----
                      implementation of the specification.</p>
                  <p>WS-Addressing is defined in terms of the XML Information Set [<bibref
!                         ref="XMLInfoSet"/>]. WS-Addressing can be used with SOAP [<bibref
                          ref="SOAP12-PART1"/>] as described in &wsa-soap.title;[<bibref
                          ref="WSADDR-SOAP"/>]. The examples in this specification use an XML 1.0
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                      to access the referenced endpoint. The alternatives are provided by the
                      different endpoints of the embedded service. In the case of WSDL 1.1, additional
!                     ports may be conveyed by the WSDL 1.1 service definition which are not
                      alternative access channels to the endpoint. In that case, if the InterfaceName
                      or ServiceName elements are also included in the metadata section of the EPR,
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                      to access the referenced endpoint. The alternatives are provided by the
                      different endpoints of the embedded service. In the case of WSDL 1.1, additional
!                     ports can be conveyed by the WSDL 1.1 service definition which are not
                      alternative access channels to the endpoint. In that case, if the InterfaceName
                      or ServiceName elements are also included in the metadata section of the EPR,
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                  <p>
                      WS-Addressing defines an empty global element,
!                     wsaw:UsingAddressing, that may be used to indicate
                      that an endpoint conforms to the WS-Addressing
                      specification.  The wsdl:required attribute MAY be
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                  <p>
                      WS-Addressing defines an empty global element,
!                     wsaw:UsingAddressing, that can be used to indicate
                      that an endpoint conforms to the WS-Addressing
                      specification.  The wsdl:required attribute MAY be
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*** 387,391 ****
                      defined by &wsa-soap.title;[<bibref
                      ref="WSADDR-SOAP"/>].The presence of this element
!                     may extend the semantics of the endpoint's WSDL
                      binding. </p>
                  <example>
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                      defined by &wsa-soap.title;[<bibref
                      ref="WSADDR-SOAP"/>].The presence of this element
!                     can extend the semantics of the endpoint's WSDL
                      binding. </p>
                  <example>
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                  <div3>
                      <head>Other Uses of UsingAddressing Extension Element</head>
!                     <p>The wsaw:UsingAddressing element may also be used in other contexts  
                          (e.g., as a policy assertion in a policy framework). Its use  
                          and that of related elements and attributes including  
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                  <div3>
                      <head>Other Uses of UsingAddressing Extension Element</head>
!                     <p>The wsaw:UsingAddressing element MAY also be used in other contexts  
                          (e.g., as a policy assertion in a policy framework). Its use  
                          and that of related elements and attributes including  
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                  <p>
  		WS-Addressing defines a wsaw:Anonymous element that
! 		may only be used in conjunction with
  		wsaw:UsingAddressing (or its equivalent wsoap:module)
  		element. The usage of wsaw:Anonymous element is
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                  <p>
  		WS-Addressing defines a wsaw:Anonymous element that
! 		is only used in conjunction with
  		wsaw:UsingAddressing (or its equivalent wsoap:module)
  		element. The usage of wsaw:Anonymous element is
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              <div2 id="wsdlsoapmodule">
                  <head>WSDL SOAP Module</head>
!                 <p> In WSDL 2.0, a SOAP Module component may be used to declare the use of the
                      WS-Addressing 1.0 Module for the SOAP binding. The meaning of the use of such a
                      SOAP Module component is semantically equivalent to the {addressing}
--- 610,614 ----
              <div2 id="wsdlsoapmodule">
                  <head>WSDL SOAP Module</head>
!                 <p> In WSDL 2.0, a SOAP Module component can be used to declare the use of the
                      WS-Addressing 1.0 Module for the SOAP binding. The meaning of the use of such a
                      SOAP Module component is semantically equivalent to the {addressing}
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          <div1 id="mapvaluesinwsdl">
              <head>Specifying Message Addressing Properties in WSDL</head>
!             <p>This section describes how the values of certain message addressing properties may be
                  specified in WSDL. In some cases the values of message addressing properties are
                  specified using existing WSDL constructs, in other cases new WSDL extensions are
--- 637,641 ----
          <div1 id="mapvaluesinwsdl">
              <head>Specifying Message Addressing Properties in WSDL</head>
!             <p>This section describes how the values of certain message addressing properties can be
                  specified in WSDL. In some cases the values of message addressing properties are
                  specified using existing WSDL constructs, in other cases new WSDL extensions are
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                  <div3 id="explicitaction">
                      <head>Explicit Association</head>
!                     <p>WS-Addressing defines a global attribute, wsaw:Action, that may be used to
                          explicitly define the value of the [action] property for messages in a WSDL
                          description. The type of the attribute is xs:anyURI and it is used as an
--- 669,673 ----
                  <div3 id="explicitaction">
                      <head>Explicit Association</head>
!                     <p>WS-Addressing defines a global attribute, wsaw:Action, that can be used to
                          explicitly define the value of the [action] property for messages in a WSDL
                          description. The type of the attribute is xs:anyURI and it is used as an
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                                      that for IRI schemes other than URNs which aren't path-based
                                      (i.e. those that outlaw the "/" character), the default action
!                                     value may not conform to the rules of the IRI scheme. Authors
                                      are advised to specify explicit values in the WSDL in this
                                  case.</p>
--- 758,762 ----
                                      that for IRI schemes other than URNs which aren't path-based
                                      (i.e. those that outlaw the "/" character), the default action
!                                     value might not conform to the rules of the IRI scheme. Authors
                                      are advised to specify explicit values in the WSDL in this
                                  case.</p>
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*** 902,906 ****
                                      that for IRI schemes other than URNs which aren't path-based
                                      (i.e. those that outlaw the "/" character), the default action
!                                     value may not conform to the rules of the IRI scheme. Authors
                                      are advised to specify explicit values in the WSDL in this
                                  case.</p>
--- 902,906 ----
                                      that for IRI schemes other than URNs which aren't path-based
                                      (i.e. those that outlaw the "/" character), the default action
!                                     value might not conform to the rules of the IRI scheme. Authors
                                      are advised to specify explicit values in the WSDL in this
                                  case.</p>
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*** 1065,1069 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1065,1069 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1072,1076 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1072,1076 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1079,1083 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1079,1083 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1092,1096 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1092,1096 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1124,1128 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1124,1128 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1149,1153 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1149,1153 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1176,1180 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1176,1180 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1183,1187 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1183,1187 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1190,1194 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1190,1194 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1252,1256 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1252,1256 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1259,1263 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1259,1263 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1266,1270 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1266,1270 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1279,1283 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1279,1283 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1312,1316 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1312,1316 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1319,1323 ****
                                  <td align="center">N*</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1319,1323 ----
                                  <td align="center">N*</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1337,1341 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1337,1341 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1366,1370 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1366,1370 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1373,1377 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1373,1377 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1380,1384 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1380,1384 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1425,1429 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1425,1429 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1450,1454 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1450,1454 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Indicates relationship to a prior message. Unused in this MEP,
!                                     but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1477,1481 ****
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but may be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1477,1481 ----
                                  <td>[source endpoint]</td>
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
!                                 <td>Message origin. Unused in this MEP, but could be included to
                                      facilitate longer running message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1484,1488 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1484,1488 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for replies to this message. Unused in this
!                                     MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running message
                                      exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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*** 1491,1495 ****
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but may be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
--- 1491,1495 ----
                                  <td align="center">N</td>
                                  <td>Intended receiver for faults related to this message. Unused in
!                                     this MEP, but could be included to facilitate longer running
                                      message exchanges.</td>
                              </tr>
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