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Re: Composition usecase

From: Tom Rutt <tom@coastin.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 12:50:23 -0400
To: Anish Karmarkar <Anish.Karmarkar@oracle.com>
Cc: "public-ws-addressing@w3.org" <public-ws-addressing@w3.org>
Message-id: <4604054F.40104@coastin.com>

Anish Karmarkar wrote:
>
> Below is the usecase that I mentioned on the call:
>
> The endpoint can only send messages on the 'back-channel' it will not 
> open a new connection to send messages (firewall does not allow it). 
> The endpoint also supports (but does not require) WSRM. What this 
> means is:
>
> 1) When wsrm is not used it requires the anon URI for responses.
> 2) When wsrm is used, it requires the MC template (non-anon URI per 
> ws-addr) for responses.
>
> -Anish
> -- 
>
Response senders's Policy:
Policy.for.Anish.Use.case.using.Alterntative.F:.
......(explicit.support.claims,.empty.=.no.responses)

<Policy>
...<ExactlyOne>
......<All>
.........<wsa:Addressing>...<--.Addressing.required,.anonymous.responses.supported-->
............<Policy><wsa:AnonymousResponses./></Policy>
.........</wsa:Addressing>
......</All>
......<All>
.........<wsa:Addressing>..<--Addressing.required,.NonAnon.Responses.supported-->
............<Policy><wsa:NonAnonymousResponses./></Policy>
.........</wsa:Addressing>
.........<wsrmp:RMAssertion.>..<--.RM.required.-->
............<wsp:Policy>.
...............<--..any.nested.policy.is.asserted.here.-->
............</wsp:Policy>.
.........</wsrmp:RMAssertion>
........<wsmc:MCSupported/>..<--.Make.Connection.URI.required.for.responses-->
......</All>
...</ExactlyOne>
</Policy>


Policy.for.Anish.Use.Case.using.Alternative.G.(empty implies both response types supported, nested assertion implies explicit requirement for one response type) would.be.the.same.as.with.alternative.F:


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