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[AF] relative URIs for attachments

From: Herve Ruellan <ruellan@crf.canon.fr>
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 14:27:17 +0200
Message-ID: <3D808825.60905@crf.canon.fr>
To: xml-dist-app@w3.org

Dear all,

I currently have an action item:
2002/09/11: Herve
Draft clarifying sentence or two for AF spec that relative URIs are 
allowed by EOB Friday. Comments are due Monday noon PT. Silence is assent.

Here is some proposal for fulfilling this action item.

Comments are welcomed.

Hervé.

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Change 5th paragraph of 4. Compound SOAP Structure Model:
<current>
Each part is identified by a URI that can be used to reference it from 
other parts. The URI identifying a part can be of any URI scheme; the 
particular assignment of URIs to parts in the message MUST be specified 
by each SOAP binding implementing this feature. It is RECOMMENDED that 
only IANA registered URI schemes be used.
</current>

<proposal>
Each part is identified by a URI reference that can be used to reference 
it from other parts. The URI reference identifying a part can be of any 
URI scheme. It can be an absolute or a relative URI. The particular 
assignement of URI references to parts in the message MUST be specified 
by each SOAP binding implementing this feature. In addition, if a SOAP 
binding allows the use of relative URIs, it MUST specify how the base 
URI is established. It is RECOMMENDED that only IANA registered URI 
schemes be used.
</proposal>

I don't think we should change the definition of a Secondary Part which 
is currently (i.e. keep URI, and do not replace it by URI reference):
<current>
Secondary Part

A document or entity related to the primary SOAP message part in some 
manner. A secondary part is a resource in the sense that it has identity 
and is identified by a URI. The representation of the resource can be of 
any type and size. Secondary parts are informally referred to as 
attachments.
</current>
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