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Tool support goal

From: Francis McCabe <fgm@fla.fujitsu.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 17:33:26 -0700
To: www-ws-arch@w3.org
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In order to promote the rapid adoption of web services technology, it is 
important that the WSA support the requirements of tool vendors.

D-AG010 The Web Services Architecture shall, where possible, enable 
semi-automatic tools to support the construction of web services.

CSFs for this goal: D-AC027, D-AC028

D-AC027 ensures that tool vendors can support the efficient creation of 
web services, orchestration, semantic descriptions, composition and 
manage their evolution

D-AC027.1 It is important to prohibit or discourage the use of ANY type 
in descriptions of services and choreographies.
D-AC027.2 The WSA shall permit automatic validation of web services
D-AC027.3 The WSA that allow for the automatic testing of web services 
and choreographies.
D-AC027.3.1 Permit construction of test coverage suites
D-AC027.3.2 Permit construction of client validation and server 
validation test suites
D-AC027.3.3 permit document verification and automatic document 
generation (a la Javadoc)

D-AC028 ensures that best practice modeling of web services is 
supported; and that best practice tools can help automate the 
construction of web services

D-AC028.1 Permit and encourage the use of standard modeling language, in 
particular UML, to model services, orchestrations and service 
compositions. This may require extensions to UML.
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