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Addressing Use Cases discussion

From: Mark Nottingham <mark.nottingham@bea.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 16:57:04 -0700
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This is the list that got captured on the white-board during the use 
cases discussion on Monday afternoon. Note that the WG has not agreed 
to these use cases, nor is it limiting itself to those here.

Although the WG does not have a formal deliverable involving use cases 
or requirements, if anyone would like to develop one or more of these 
into a more substantial scenario, for the benefit of our future 
discussions, please consider yourself encouraged to do so.

(Thanks to Paul for capturing these with his camera)

- WS-Eventing (ref properties)
- WS-MGMT (ref properties, ref parameters)
- BPEL ("Process Instances" / context / sessions)
- DNS-EPD (draft-snell-dnsepd-00; EPRs)
- WS-ReliableMessaging / WS-Reliability (EPRs, use of Action)
- Intermediary Forwarding / Routing
- Redirection (e.g., session creation)
- Metadata about related resources
- Async
- Application use of EPRs
- Self-contained EPR (processing model)
- "Stateless" Web services
- Use of MIH in multiple, composed contexts/specs
- Audit
- High Availability (context sharing, redundancy)
- Backwards compatibility (talking to services that don't understand 
addressing)
- Multiple transports in EPRs
- Intermediary awareness of Reference properties
- Dynamic EPRs (processing model)
- E-Mail
- WSDL MEPs in EPRs

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Mark Nottingham   Principal Technologist
Office of the CTO   BEA Systems
Received on Friday, 29 October 2004 23:57:07 GMT

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