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Re: Issue 59: A use case -- out-of-phase HTTP

From: John Kemp <john.kemp@nokia.com>
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 10:27:58 -0500
Message-ID: <436B7DFE.2060606@nokia.com>
To: ext David Hull <dmh@tibco.com>
CC: "public-ws-addressing@w3.org" <public-ws-addressing@w3.org>

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Hello David,

ext David Hull wrote:
> One of the use cases captured during the work of the async task force
> involved a mobile phone or other such mobile device.  In this scenario,
> the phone would send a dummy HTTP request to an HTTP server.  The HTTP
> /response/ to that request would contain a SOAP /request /message.  The
> phone would then process the request and make a second HTTP request to
> the server.  This /request/ would contain the phone's SOAP /response
> /message.
> 
> This uses a single protocol (HTTP), with multiple connections, and was
> put forth as a scenario at least one party (Nokia, as I recall?) would
> be interested in seeing supported.  Can this scenario be handled by any
> of the present proposals? 

I have not yet seen a proposal that fully handles this case. The current
 PAOS specification [1] uses non-WS-Addressing SOAP header blocks. I
will note, however, that Dave Orchard did address PAOS in [2], providing
for the presence of a paos:reverseBinding element in a WSDL document,
and noting that the paos:reverseBinding would still need to be written.

 If not, do we have a plausible theory about
> how we would handle it?

It seems to me that we would merely need to complete the definition of
the paos:reverseBinding as mentioned in [2].

Cheers,

- - JohnK

[1] http://www.projectliberty.org/specs/liberty-paos-v1.1.pdf
[2]
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-ws-addressing/2005Nov/0014.html
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