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From: Bob Freund <bob@freunds.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2006 14:14:02 -0400
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This comes from the folks working ws-rm in the ws-rx OASIS tc.  The
meeting is this afternoon at 4:00 eastern, and the TC has not yet
accepted or acted on this proposed new issue, but I would like to know
how folks think about this.

Thanks

-bob

 

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From: Doug Davis [mailto:dug@us.ibm.com] 
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Subject: [ws-rx] [NEW ISSUE]: Possible interop issue with WS-Addressing

 


Title: Possible interop issue with WS-Addressing: 

Description: 

The WS-Addressing WSDL wsaw:Anonymous element indicates whether or not
the use of the anonymous URI is optional, required or prohibited.  This
causes a problem for MakeConnection since it doesn't use the WSA
anonymous URI - instead it defines it own.  Which means that an endpoint
compliant to WSA may reject a use of the RM anon URI not because it
doesn't support MakeConnection but rather because the definition of this
WSDL element doesn't allow for other specs to define their own anon
URIs. 

Proposal: 
The RX TC, thru its connections with the WS-Addressing WG, should see if
its possible to modify the language of this element such that it doesn't
tie itself to just the one anonymous URI defined by WSA, rather phrase
its requirements more broadly, saying that this element indicates
whether or not a URI referring to the transport-specific back-channel is
optional, required or forbidden.  This would allow for other specs to
define their own anon-like URI (like RM did) but still, in essence, mean
the transport back-channel. 

thanks 
-Doug 
Received on Thursday, 3 August 2006 18:14:44 GMT

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