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Issue 6594 - a proposal

From: Doug Davis <dug@us.ibm.com>
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2009 10:15:13 -0500
To: public-ws-resource-access@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFB6F68B6D.B99DD64C-ON8525756B.005368B3-8525756B.0053CC20@us.ibm.com>
With issue 6398 resolved, this issue simply adds more extensibility points 
to certain transfer messages by changing the "xs:any+" or "xs:any?" to 
"xs:any*".  The following list shows which messages would be impacted.

T-GetResponse:
<wst:GetResponse ...> 
 xs:any + 
</wst:GetResponse> 
change the xs:any+ to xs:any*

T-PutRequest:
<wst:Put ...> 
 xs:any +
</wst:Put> 
change the xs:any+ to xs:any*

T-PutResponse:
<wst:PutResponse ...> 
 xs:any ? 
</wst:PutResponse>
change the xs:any? to xs:any*

T-DeleteResponse:
<wst:DeleteResponse ...>
 xs:any ?
</wst:DeleteResponse>
change the xs:any? to xs:any*

T-CreateResponse:
<wst:CreateResponse ...> 
  <wst:ResourceCreated>
  xs:any ?
</wst:CreateResponse>
change the xs:any? to xs:any*

By making this change it will allow for extension specifications to
have more flexibility in what they send/receive.

thanks
-Doug
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