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[Bug 6694] All: Which specifications have implicit operations?

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Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2009 07:24:55 +0000
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--- Comment #4 from David Snelling <david.Snelling@UK.Fujitsu.com>  2009-08-28 07:24:55 ---
Asir, Doug, and Dave have come up with the following language. It is less
proscriptive than my last pass, but makes it clear what implicit ops are and
how that affects what people see.

"An endpoint MAY indicate that it supports WS-Eventing, or any of its features,
by including the WS-Eventing Policy assertion(s) within its WSDL.  By doing so
the endpoint is indicating that the corresponding WS-Eventing operations will
be supported by that endpoint since they will not appear in the WSDL. "

Clearly the spec name needs to be changed for different specs.


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