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Re: New test

From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 17:23:39 -0800
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We agree (at least with the data I have right now!) that this should be


However, I don't think your assertions will be sufficient to verify that
no reply message is received.  Perhaps adding the kind of assertions
found in 1236 and so forth...


case and @message!='1']) or
and @message!='1']/log:content/*) = 0"/>

Whether this message is really a two-message exchange as described by
SOAP11-HTTP-In-Out-Fault is perhaps a philosophical question.


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Here's the test I was suggesting, in what I hope is the right format.
Should we do both a SOAP 1.1 and a SOAP 1.2 version of this?
  <testcase xml:id="test1149"
    <title>SOAP 1.1 two-way message with a duplicate To header and a
ReplyTo of none.</title>
    <description><![CDATA[Two-way message exchange containing a
duplicate To header and ReplyTo of none.  An InvalidAddressingHeader
fault should be generated, but not sent due to the ReplyTo
    <message-exchange type="SOAP11-HTTP-In-Out-Fault"
        <message from="A" to="B"
document="echo/soap11/duplicateToRequest.xml" name="message">
            <assert test="count(soap11:Envelope/soap11:Header/wsa:To) =
test="soap11:Envelope/soap11:Header/wsa:ReplyTo/wsa:Address =
          <assert test="count(soap11:Envelope/soap11:Header/wsa:FaultTo)
= 0"/>
        <message from="B" to="A"/>

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