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[DS11] Communication via multiple intermediaries

From: <john_ibbotson@uk.ibm.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 15:53:55 +0000
To: xml-dist-app@w3.org
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DS11  Same as Scenario DS11 but one of the hops is an intermediary,
      which forwards the message to the ultimate receiver. The sender
      wishes to enforce the non-repudiation property of the route. Any
      intermediate message service handler that appends a routing
      message must log the routing header information. Signed routing
      headers and the message headers must be logged at the message
      handler which passes the message to the ultimate receiver to
      provide the evidence of non-repudiation.  Real life examples: Sun
      and Cisco trading through their component net markets. Slam Dunk
      Networks charge per KB of the transferred message.

Author: Dick Brooks on behalf of ebXML

Note: A message service handler in ebXML corresponds to an XP
      Processor.

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