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From: <bajs@rassol.com>
Date: 5 Feb 2004 12:18:17 -0000
Message-ID: <20040205121817.26324.qmail@iota.pair.com>
To: www-wsa-comments@w3.org


chapter 1.5 gives the definition that a Web service
is a software system

in 1.5.1 it is stated:
a Web Service is an abstract notion implemented by
a concrete agent (piece of software)

please comment on this


chapter 1.5 gives the definition that a Web service
has an interface which is described.

Hence, a service requester agent using SOAP etc
does not adapt the abstract notion of a service.

But in it states that a service has zoro or
more service requesters.

Is there a difference between a Web service and a 
Reading makes one consider both a service
provider and a service requester as a Web service,
but this contradicts 1.5.1.

please comment on this

thank you
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