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RE: Draft Alternate Section 3.

From: Krishna Sankar <ksankar@cisco.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 08:28:34 -0800
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	As always, it is a pleasure discussing XML with you !

	Couple of points :

	1.	Message Sequence :

		Your discussion brings up a good point Chaining of XMLP messages (within
one Correlation.MessageRef). I agree that this goes beyond the SOAP/HTTP,
but we should be looking at the future and secondly we might be using
XMLP/SOAP/RMI or XMLP/SOAP/JINI or XMLP/SOAP/eSpeak or (of course)
XMLP/SOAP/COM for all we care !

		I was thinking of the web services space and using XMLP as the basic
protocol for web services.

	2.	I still have the question on [Faults]/ .status. If the status is
.failure, how do I know what happened ? Remember, there is no [correlation]
and so the app cannot ask for more details. May be the app would want to
make decisions on the fault code or some similar information.

	3.	I am actually thinking of prototyping this model as an exercise and
hence the detailed questions and concerns.

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