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D-AC017 Resolution?

From: Champion, Mike <Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 10:48:29 -0600
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I believe I signed up to champion these as well ... Some of them such as
"reliable messaging" have kicked off mega-threads.  

"D-AC017

provides guidance for the development of the Web Services infrastructure
needed to implement common business functions in a standards-based
environment

D-AR017.1 The Web Services Architecture must support common business
functions, to the extent that those functions are defined in similar
methodologies such as EDI.

D-AR017.2 The Web Services Architecture must support reliable messaging and
routing.

D-AR017.3 The Web Services Architecture must support unique message IDs and
message sequencing.

D-AR017.4 The Web Services Architecture must support reliable transaction
processing."


Most of the objections on the straw poll were to wordsmithing issues, except
for RESTifarian objections that some of these things should be
application-level rather than architecture-level concerns. 

I'm going to suggest that we vote on these as drafted.  These are clearly
features of proprietary web services architectures such as Microsoft's, and
existing practice such as EDI, and we can't duck them.  We could wordsmith
them better, but I personally [again not wearing the Chair hat] think it's
not an effective use of our time at this point. 
Received on Thursday, 25 July 2002 12:50:17 GMT

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