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FW: New Issue: SOAP Binding CR ([Details] for wsa:ActionMismatch Subsubcode)

From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 15:19:27 -0700
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Arun pointed out that there is redundant information in the fault detail
for wsa:ActionMismatch.  We already know the problem lies with a header
named wsa:Action so <wsa:ProblemHeaderQName> isn't necessary.  We
already have a way to communicate the content of the problem header in
<wsa:ProblemAction>, so <wsa:ProblemHeader> isn't necessary.  The only
information that isn't redundant is the value of SOAPAction.  


This redundancy represents needless complication.  I propose we keep
<wsa:ProblemHeader> and <wsa:ProblemHeaderQName> for consistency and to
enable "dumber" conveyance of this information, and strip down
<wsa:ProblemAction>.  (I fix another problem as well - that
was:ProblemAction/wsa:SoapAction doesn't seem to be extensible which is
inconsistent with other elements we define.)


I propose we replace the following sections:


5.3.4 Problem Action


The following describes the <wsa:ProblemAction> element:

/wsa:ProblemAction/wsa:Action 

An optional element that provides the [action] that caused the problem.

/wsa:ProblemAction/wsa:SoapAction 

An optional element that provides the SOAPAction IRI that caused the
problem.

/wsa:ProblemAction/{any} 

Optional extensibility elements that do not affect processing.

/wsa:ProblemAction/@{any} 

Optional extensibility attributes that do not affect processing.

...


5.4.1.6 wsa:ActionMismatch


Specifies that the [action] and SOAPAction for the message did not
match, [Details] MAY contain a <wsa:ProblemAction> element in addition
to the <wsa:ProblemHeader> element or <wsa:ProblemHeaderQName> element.

 


With:


5.3.4 Problem SOAPAction


The following describes the <wsa:ProblemSOAPAction> element:

/wsa:ProblemSOAPAction 

An optional element that provides the SOAPAction IRI that caused the
problem.

/wsa:ProblemSOAPAction/{any} 

Optional extensibility elements that do not affect processing.

/wsa:ProblemSOAPAction/@{any} 

Optional extensibility attributes that do not affect processing.

...


5.4.1.6 wsa:ActionMismatch


Specifies that the [action] and SOAPAction for the message did not
match, [Details] MAY contain a <wsa:ProblemSOAPAction> element in
addition to the <wsa:ProblemHeader> element or <wsa:ProblemHeaderQName>
element.

 

Subject to negative impact on our progress out of CR, of course ;-).

 

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-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:public-ws-addressing-comments-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of Arun
Gupta
Sent: Friday, August 26, 2005 11:27 AM
To: public-ws-addressing-comments@w3.org
Subject: New Issue: SOAP Binding CR ([Details] for wsa:ActionMismatch
Subsubcode)

 

 

In SOAP Binding, Candidate Recommendation, section 5.4.1.6 [1], 

[Details] should contain <wsa:ProblemAction> instead of 

<wsa:ProblemHeader> or <wsa:ProblemHeaderQName> since that is more 

relevant information regarding the fault.

 

[1] 

http://dev.w3.org/cvsweb/~checkout~/2004/ws/addressing/ws-addr-soap.html
#invalidmapfault

 

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