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Re: issue 249

From: <jones@research.att.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 11:37:14 -0400 (EDT)
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To: jones@research.att.com, reagle@w3.org, xmlp-comments@w3.org

Issue 249 had to do with some prose regarding the so-called
Robustness Principle espoused in RFC 1123 and 793:  "Be liberal in what
you accept, and conservative in what you send."  Although there are
a couple of place where it might be observed in the SOAP design,
it is not terribly applicable and so we scrapped it.

--mark

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	Subject: Re: issue 249
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	What is issue 249? (A pointer to give me some context please?)

	On Tuesday 30 July 2002 08:03 pm, jones@research.att.com wrote:
	> Regarding issue 249, we are moving section 1.2.2 from the specification.
	>
	> Mark Jones
	> AT&T
	> XML Protocol (SOAP) Working Group

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