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Re: Component Model Results

From: Arthur Ryman <ryman@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Sat, 6 May 2006 20:29:52 -0400
To: Youenn Fablet <youenn.fablet@crf.canon.fr>
Cc: www-ws-desc@w3.org, www-ws-desc-request@w3.org
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Youenn,

Thx for the fixes to the test cases. They are committed now:

    - There is still a problem with 3 testsuite wsdl files 
(SchemaLocationFragment-1G/Items.wsdl, 
XSImport-2G/reservationItems.wsdl, XSImport-3G/reservationItems.wsdl). 
All of these files make reference to XSD data types through QNames but 
with a wrong namespace. I have fixed these files locally (type="string" 
is now type="xs:string") and produced a dump with these fixed files. I 
added the fixed wsdl files in the attached zip file.


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Youenn Fablet <youenn.fablet@crf.canon.fr> 
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Component Model Results






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Hi all,
I have just finished generating the component model dumps of the wsdl 
good documents.
I just picked the test-suite.xml file and generated my test script 
through XSLT. Fairly quick in fact :-)
Please find attached the results.
Two side notes:
    - There is still a problem with 3 testsuite wsdl files 
(SchemaLocationFragment-1G/Items.wsdl, 
XSImport-2G/reservationItems.wsdl, XSImport-3G/reservationItems.wsdl). 
All of these files make reference to XSD data types through QNames but 
with a wrong namespace. I have fixed these files locally (type="string" 
is now type="xs:string") and produced a dump with these fixed files. I 
added the fixed wsdl files in the attached zip file.
    - Our implementation still fails on the Import-2G example as it 
raises an error when trying to create two components of the same type 
with the same ns+name, the reason being that we have not implemented the 
component equivalence rules. Anyway, the parser still produces a 
component model dump.
I have a process question related to the last point: do we really need 
two interoperable implementations for every aspect of the spec, e.g. the 
equivalence rules ? Or is it sufficient to document the reasons behind 
different behaviors ?
Hope this helps anyway,
Regards,
    Youenn


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