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Re: Fw: Requirements for the WSDL documents

From: Arun Gupta <Arun.Gupta@Sun.COM>
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 19:45:07 -0700
To: David Illsley <david.illsley@uk.ibm.com>
Cc: public-ws-addressing-tests@w3.org
Message-id: <44B5B3B3.1030006@sun.com>
I looked at the WSDL and here are some comments:

1). For a document-literal WSDL, message part is refering to a type and 
instead should refer to a schema element declaration. This is what was 
done in Core/SOAP testing as well.

1). The targetNamespace of the <types> section should be changed from 
"http://example.org/wsaTestService" to 
"http://example.org/wsaTestService2". It will actually have schema 
elements referred by the message parts.

2). Remove wsdl:port "wsaTestPortTypePortWithName" as agreed upon in the 
call.

3). In all the bindings where wsaw:Anonymous is specified, it's missing 
from the notify operation. Is that intentional ?

4). How do we intend to test wsaw:Anonymous semantics for one-way message ?

5). There are no faults in the WSDL. This leaves a gap in our testing of 
implicit/explicit Action on fault messages.

6). tns namespace prefix needs to be bound to 
"http://example.org/wsaTestService2" instead of 
"http://example.org/wsaTestService".

I'm attaching a WSDL with comments # 1-3, 5-6 incorporated.

-Arun

David Illsley wrote:
> It turns out I was perhaps too comprehensive... Anonymous can't be placed 
> on the port so the last 2 ports can go.
> 
> 1st pass at the 2nd wsdl at 
> http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/addr/testsuitewsdl/documents/wsdl11/wsaTestService2.wsdl
> 
> David
> 
> David Illsley
> Web Services Development
> MP127, IBM Hursley Park, SO21 2JN
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> david.illsley@uk.ibm.com
> ----- Forwarded by David Illsley/UK/IBM on 07/06/2006 08:22 PM -----
> 
> David Illsley/UK/IBM 
> 06/26/2006 09:26 PM
> 
> To
> public-ws-addressing-tests@w3.org
> cc
> 
> Subject
> Requirements for the WSDL documents
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> I've been thinking about what we need in the WSDL files and what I've come 
> up with so far... I really hope this is comprehensive ;-)
> Probably isn't though. Thoughts?
> David
> 
> Requirements (WSDL doc)
> WSDL - targetnamespace = urn:example.org:wsaTestService 
>         portType = wsaTestPortType 
>         operation: echo - 2-way no wsaw:Action or soapAction specified
> 
> WSDL - targetnamespace = http://example.org/wsaTestService
>         portType = wsaTestPortType
>         operation: notify- 1-way no wsaw:Action or name on input element 
> specified
>         operation: echo - 2-way no wsaw:Action or name on input/output 
> elements specified
> 
>         portType = wsaTestPortTypeWithName
>         operation: notify- 1-way no wsaw:Action specified but with name on 
> input element=notify
>         operation: echo - 2-way no wsaw:Action specified but with name on 
> input/output elements=echoIn/echoOut
> 
>         portType = wsaTestPortTypeExplicitAction
>         operation: notify- 1-way w/wsaw:Action="
> http://example.org/action/notify"
>         operation echo - 2-way w/wsaw:Action="
> http://example.org/action/echoIn " on Input w/wsaw:Action="
> http://example.org/action/echoOut" on Output
> 
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBinding - portType=wsaTestPortType - no 
> soapAction
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingSoapAction - 
> portType=wsaTestPortType - soapAction specified for operations
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingWithName - 
> portType=wsaTestPortTypeWithName - no soapAction
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingExplicitAction - 
> portType=wsaTestPortTypeExplicitAction - no soapAction
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingAddressingRequired - 
> portType=wsaTestPortType - no soapAction - wsaw:UsingAddressing 
> required=true
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousRequired - 
> portType=wsaTestPortType - no soapAction - wsaw:UsingAddressing - 
> wsaw:Anonymous = required
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousProhibited - 
> portType=wsaTestPortType - no soapAction - wsaw:UsingAddressing - 
> wsaw:Anonymous = prohibited
>         binding = wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousOptional - 
> portType=wsaTestPortType - no soapAction - wsaw:UsingAddressing - 
> wsaw:Anonymous = optional
> 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePort - binding = wsaTestPortTypeBinding 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortSoapAction -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingSoapAction 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortWithName -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingWithName 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortExplicitAction - binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingExplicitAction 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAddressingRequired -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingAddressingRequired 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAnonymousRequired -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousRequired 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAnonymousProhibited -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousProhibited 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAnonymousOptional -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBindingAnonymousOptional 
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAddressingRequiredOnPort - binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBinding wsaw:UsingAddressing required=true
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAnonymousRequiredOnPort -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBinding wsaw:UsingAddressing - wsaw:Anonymous = required
>         port = wsaTestPortTypePortAnonymousProhibitedOnPort -  binding = 
> wsaTestPortTypeBinding wsaw:UsingAddressing - wsaw:Anonymous = prohibited
> 

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