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Issue 68 - status information

From: Oisin Hurley <ohurley@iona.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 21:34:42 -0000
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Excerpt from the agenda:

>. Issue 68, convey status information [13] (1.25 + 15)
>Requirement 703b [14] says ".... must define a mechanism or mechanisms to
>allow the transfer of status information within an XMLP message without
>resort to use of XMLP fault messages....". We need to clarify what exactly
>is meant by this requirement, decide whether or not to keep it, and if so
>how do we resolve it.

  .. the intent behind this requirement was to allow information not 
related to the results of an operation to flow back with a
response - the use case being that status information could be put in
the message without having to resort to using fault messages. I can't
recall with any clarity exact details of what was required - it is also
with limited recall that I think Ray Denenberg may have been the source
of this requirement. Ray, can you confirm or deny?

 cheers
  --oh
Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2001 16:32:14 GMT

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