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Re: Minutes, 31 May - 1 June 2005 WS Description WG FTF

From: Hugo Haas <hugo@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 10:18:34 +0200
To: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com>
Cc: WS-Description WG <www-ws-desc@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20050607081834.GE3799@w3.org>
Here's the editorial work I've taken care of. I believe that it covers
all of Part 2 action items, except for LC79+LC102.

* Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com> [2005-06-04 01:08-0700]
>   Issue LC130: Binding fault defaulting?
>     RESOLUTION: wsoap:subcode and wsoap:code will be optional,
>               wsoap:subcode and wsoap:code will allow #any as a token,
>               missing attribute will map to #any in the component model,
>               #any => no assertion is made about the value,
>               http:code will be similarly modified.

Done.

>   Issue LC75c: Remove {safety} property
>     RESOLUTION: put safety in its own namespace, modify the HTTP 
>                 binding defaulting rules to say that if no method 
>                 is specified and the @ext:safety attribute is used 
>                 in the operation, then the method is GET.

Done.

>   Issue LC79: Make sure in-only mep is supported in wsdl soap12 binding
>   Issue LC102: What is the SOAP MEP for In-only
>     ACTION: Marsh to warn CG of incoming requirements for async MEP 
>     ACTION: Glen to formulate concrete async requirement for CG 
>     RESOLUTION: Close issues 79 and 102 by sending request to CG 
>                 for one-way MEP and adding an ednote to the spec 
>                 saying that if a one-way MEP becomes available, 
>                 we'd like to default to it for in-only.

As I was implementing this, I asked myself the following question in
order to set reviewers expectations: until when can we make this
change? I believe that it's fine to do it until we go to CR.

As we want to make sure that people are well aware of our intentions
so that things don't change without notice, I added the following in
the status section in addition to the editorial note:

  The Working Group would like to add a defaulting rule for one-way
  message exchange patterns in the SOAP 1.2 binding defined in section
  5.11.3 Default Binding Rules (see editorial note) before it
  publishes a Candidate Recommendation of this document if a SOAP 1.2
  MEP becomes available. Feedback is welcome on this topic.

Cheers,

Hugo

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