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RE: Typical SOA ... SOA Patterns

From: Paul Denning <pauld@mitre.org>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 10:40:11 -0500
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At 10:20 AM 2004-01-30, Champion, Mike wrote:
>I completely agree.  The problem is that it is January 30th; the WG charter
>ends tomorrow, and we are simply out of time to make *any* substantive
>changes to the Note.  (Typos, broken links, etc. can be reported and fixed
>until Wednesday, I believe).

I guess it is up to the editors to add verbiage (perhaps, or do something 
with @@) in section 4.3 [1], which now reads

4.3 Significant Unresolved Issues

@@What is the difference between an MEP and a Choreography?

@@What should be the representation returned by an HTTP "GET" on a Web 
service URI?

@@Should URIs be used to identify Web services components, rather than QNames?

@@The relationship between privacy and Web services technology needs 
clarification.

@@SOAP 1.2 and this architecture introduce the concept of "intermediaries", 
but this concept is not represented in WSDL 2.0.

@@[wordsmith:] What happens if two WSDL documents define the same service?

@@The relationship between conversations, correlations and transactions and 
choreography is unclear and needs more work.

@@There is a need for consistent tracking mechanisms in Web services.

------
I am proposing

@@Further work on the relationships between and patterns for using Web 
services and SOA.

(Would be nice to add it if we can, but I understand if it is too late.)

[1] 
http://dev.w3.org/cvsweb/~checkout~/2002/ws/arch/wsa/wd-wsa-arch-review2.html#id5212661

Paul 
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