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[Bug 9702] Eventing: Add a wse:ExpirationTimeConstraintsNotSupported fault

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Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 01:10:13 +0000
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Ram Jeyaraman <ram.jeyaraman@microsoft.com> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Ram Jeyaraman <ram.jeyaraman@microsoft.com>  2010-05-13 01:10:13 ---
Consequent to what we discussed today about simplifying the existing semantics
for specifying a subscription expiry time, I like to propose the following
refinement to what was discussed today [1]:

1) Expires is server optional, add a fault to indicate non-support, and add an
ExpiresSupported policy assertion parameter.

2) If Expires is absent, server chooses an appropriate duration for
subscription.

3) If Expires is present:

If attribute ‘exact’ is present, the server must honor the requested duration
or reject the subscription with a fault.

If the attribute ‘exact’ is absent (default behavior) , the requested duration
is a hint. This allows the event source to better accommodate the client
preferences when it grants a time duration for subscription.

[1] Direction discussion today

“Expires is server optional, add a fault for when its not, add a
ExpiresSupported policy assertion, Subscribe w/o Expires == server chooses,
Subscribe + Expires == match the time/duration or fault”

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