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Re: Interface Operation Name

From: Arthur Ryman <ryman@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 09:51:07 -0500
To: Ramkumar Menon <ramkumar.menon@gmail.com>
Cc: www-ws-desc@w3.org, www-ws-desc-request@w3.org
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Menon,,

There is no contradiction here. The component model creates the Operation 
QName by combining the NCName specified by the name attribute of the 
<operation> with the URI specified by the targetNamespace attribute of the 
enclosing <description> element. This is the way that XML Schema works 
too, e.g. for <element> and <complexType>.

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Ramkumar Menon <ramkumar.menon@gmail.com> 
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02/14/2006 08:47 AM

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FYI, the XML representation is available in section 2.4.2 of the same 
specification.
-Menon

 
On 2/14/06, Ramkumar Menon <ramkumar.menon@gmail.com> wrote: 
Hi,
 
FYI, Section 2.4.1 of WSDL 2.0 Core Language spec dicates the name 
property for the interface operation as
{name} REQUIRED. An xs:QName.
In the XML Representation, it is mentioned as an xs:NCName.
<description>
  <interface>
    <operation
          name="xs:NCName" 
          pattern="xs:anyURI"
          style="list of xs:anyURI"? >
      <documentation />*
      [ <feature /> | <property /> | 
        [ <input /> | <output /> | <infault /> | <outfault /> ]+ 
      ]*
    </operation>
  </interface>
</description>
 
 
rgds,
Menon


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