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From: GUILLON Benoit <guillon@sungard-finance.fr>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 11:48:49 +0200
Message-ID: <D8000E95FE47524AABFC8589C61FA28D01A17C32@hera.sungard-finance.fr>
To: <public-ws-addressing@w3.org>
Hello,

 

I'm working on publishing long operations via WebServices: client sends a message via HTTP to my service which starts the long operation. Client gets the result later in a JMS queue or its own endpoint gets called with the response. To achieve this, I plan to use WS-Addressing for message correlation and reply-to endpoint definition. 

 

However, I want my service to return a first reply saying "Ok I managed to start the long operation (or not and why)" in the HTTP response of client's call whatever the "reply-to" field was. 

 

I was wondering if this use-case was still compliant with WS-Addressing or if it was a bad use of "reply-to".

 

Best regards

 

Benoît Guillon * NTIC * SunGard * Asset Arena Investment Accounting * 7 rue Royale, 173 Bureaux de la Colline, Bâtiment E, 92213 Saint-Cloud Cedex, France * Tel +33 1 49 11 31 87 * Fax +33 1 49 11 30 30 *

 

 




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