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[Bug 11894] Eventing/Enum: duration in responses

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Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 17:02:18 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Doug Davis <dug@us.ibm.com> 2011-01-31 17:02:18 UTC ---
Proposal:

Change:
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When expressed as a duration, the wse:GrantedExpires element designates a time
interval that began at the moment the subscription is created. Although this
specification cannot dictate when, during the processing of a Subscribe
request, a subscription is created, the event source MUST start the expiration
interval at or before it transmits the wse:SubscribeResponse message. 
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to:
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When expressed as a duration, the wse:GrantedExpires element designates the
amount of time remaining on this subscription as measured from the moment
the request message was processed. Although this specification cannot dictate
when, during the processing of a request, a subscription is manipulate, the 
event source MUST measure the expiration duration from a time that is at or 
before it transmits the response message. 
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And do the same type of change for Enum

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