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[Bug 9095] WS-Enumeration - Calling Pull or Release operations after EndOfSequence has been issued

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Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2010 02:48:43 +0000
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Doug Davis <dug@us.ibm.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Doug Davis <dug@us.ibm.com>  2010-03-02 02:48:42 ---
There really are two different concepts being discussed in the quoted
text.  In [1] it says what a Data Source MUST do in the case of receiving
a msg with an invalid context.  The text in [2] is different, its talking
about what the Consumer MUST (or MUST NOT) do once it knows the enumeration
is invalid. These are two very different thing.  

I'm ok with remove the text in [2], but only if we add something to the
generic section (like after the text in [1]) that says something like:
Once a Consumer determines that an enumeration context is invalid, it
MUST NOT issue any more WS-Enumeration request messages referencing
that enumeration context.

This will prevent any confusion as to what the expectations are for the
Consumer.  For example, does it need to perform any clean up by sending
a Release to the Data Source?

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