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Re: SOAP Response and IRI style

From: Arthur Ryman <ryman@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 10:54:57 -0500
To: Youenn Fablet <youenn.fablet@crf.canon.fr>
Cc: www-ws-desc@w3.org, www-ws-desc-request@w3.org
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Yoeunn,

+1. 

#none seems easy to bind, i.e. no input parameters. I guess you could also 
achieve this using an empty element.

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Youenn Fablet <youenn.fablet@crf.canon.fr> 
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SOAP Response and IRI style







When the soap response MEP is used to bound an in-out operation, the 
input being defined by a schema,
the input is serialized in the URI following the url-encoded 
serialization (section 6.7.2).
This serialization requires the use of the IRI style which puts a 
constraint on the kind of operations that can be bound to the soap 
response mep.
It seems sensible to me that inout operations can be bound to the 
soap-response mep if:
    - the input message is a #none kind of message (I did not found any 
text about this case by the way, I may have missed something)
    - the input message is a #element kind of message with the element 
schema following the IRI style constraints
Does this make sense?
Should we add some text in the specification to clarify this?
    Youenn
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