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Re: wire stack words and diagram

From: Hugo Haas <hugo@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2002 19:43:17 +0900
To: Jean-Jacques Moreau <moreau@crf.canon.fr>
Cc: Heather Kreger <kreger@us.ibm.com>, www-ws-arch@w3.org, Herve Ruellan <ruellan@crf.canon.fr>
Message-ID: <20021003104317.GF24232@w3.org>

* Jean-Jacques Moreau <moreau@crf.canon.fr> [2002-10-01 15:37+0200]
> Heather,
> 
> Overall, this[0] looks good. I have some comments regarding the 
> SOAP description.
[..]

Excellent clarifications, Jean-Jacques.

> Heather Kreger wrote:
> >Here is the words I have for the wire stack.  Same caveats as before.
> >
> >(See attached file: wire.ZIP)
> 
> ---------------------
> "The current industry standard for XML packaging is the Simple 
> Object Access Protocol (SOAP)[SOAP 00]."
> 
>     Given that SOAP 1.2 is no longer an acronym (for which
>     no one has complained) -- and since I think you're really
>     talking about SOAP 1.1 at this point -- I'd suggest simply
>     saying: "SOAP 1.1 [SOAP 00]".
> 
> "IBM, Microsoft and others submitted SOAP to the W3C"
> 
>     s/SOAP/SOAP 1.1/
> 
> "as the basis of the XML Protocol Working Group [XMLP 00]."
> 
>     I suggest adding: "The XMLP WG is in the final stages of
>     developping SOAP 1.2, the next version of SOAP.", which
>     then provides a good transition to the following
>     (amended) sentence:
> 
> "Once complete, XML Protocol implementations will replace the 
> existing SOAP implementations as the industry standard XML 
> messaging protocol."
> 
>      s/XML Protocol/SOAP 1.2/  (The name of the protocol
>      is no longer XMLP [nor XP, as it used to be initially].)

I don't think that it is worth talking about SOAP 1.1 here. The work
on SOAP 1.2 is advanced enough to just replace the 1.1 prose by your
1.2 corrections.

Regards,

Hugo

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