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Re: [OWL-S] OEs in the 1.1 Profile

From: Drew McDermott <drew.mcdermott@yale.edu>
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2004 10:20:24 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <200407051420.i65EKOnX023789@pantheon-po02.its.yale.edu>
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> [David Martin]
> I suspect that for many simple services (certainly those with a single 
> Result), it'll be fine for the Profile to reference the identical Result 
> object as the Process.  In cases where the Process has several Result 
> instances, of course, there would be no requirement that all of them be 
> reproduced in the corresponding Profile.  In those cases, I suspect that 
> the most common representation would be to reproduce just one of the 
> Result instances from the Process.  Personally, I think that approach 
> yields a cleaner picture than having completely different properties and 
> classes used in profile  vs. process.
> Comments?

I'm convinced.  Yes, let's make the Profile look like the Process in
this regard.

And it does seem plausible that the Profile would describe the
"normal" result of interacting with a web service, not all the things
that could go wrong.

                                             -- Drew

                                   -- Drew McDermott
                                      Yale Computer Science Department
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