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RE: Revised: Mission Statement

From: Jim Hendler <hendler@cs.umd.edu>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:21:39 -0400
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To: "Martin Chapman" <martin.chapman@oracle.com>, "Champion, Mike" <Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com>, <public-ws-chor@w3.org>

At 9:04 AM -0700 7/7/03, Martin Chapman wrote:
>I think Mike has made a good point here. If a composition presents a new
>wsdl, it has to be hosted somewhere, even if its job is just to delegate out
>to the parties (Yaron made a similar point the other week). I thought we had
>ruled out this sort of central controller, for autonomous peer-peer
>environments.
>Thinking about this a little more, the only way I can see nesting of
>choreographies is for one choreography to take on the role(s) defined in
>another choreography. Something like:
>
>Choreo 1: pay
>	role payer
>	role payee
>	role cardagency
>
>	payer sends payment details to cardagency
>	//cardagency verifies and does stuff
>	cardagency deposits money from payers card
>	cardagency credits money (minus fee) to payees account
>
>Choreo 2: Purchase goods
>	role buyer
>	role seller
>	reuses Choreo 1: buyer=payer, seller=payee
>
>	buyer submits PO
>	seller checks warehouse
>	seller send invoice to buyer
>	buyer submits payment details (kicks off choreo 1)
>
>	blah, blah
>
>Something like that anyway.
>
>Martin.

I think this is the correct way to do this sort of thing -- assuming 
the choreographies are able to be designated with a URI or with some 
other namespace type trick, then I think there is tremendous strength 
in one choreography being able to use another by pointing (and 
setting variables)
  -JH

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