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May be this is a mistake.

From: Chen Leafboy <leafboy009@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 16:16:37 +0800
Message-ID: <974525fc0603060016m138c5b42q@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-sws-ig@w3.org
Hi,I am a reader from China.
I am studying the owl and owl-s, and I thank you for the contribution to the
researsh, and it helps me a lot.
However, I may find a mistake in the URL:
http://www.daml.org/services/owl-s/1.0/examples.html. In this page, there
are many files we can download, I find there may be a mistake in the file
BravoAirGrounding.wsdl<http://www.daml.org/services/owl-s/1.0/BravoAirGrounding.wsdl>,
because in another file:BravoAirGrounding.owl, there is a part
follows: <grounding:wsdlOutput>
      <grounding:WsdlOutputMessageMap>
        <grounding:owlsParameter
rdf:resource="&ba_process;#GetDesiredFlightDetails_FlightsFound"/>
        <grounding:wsdlMessagePart
rdf:datatype="&xsd;#anyURI">&BravoAirGroundingWSDL;#FlightsFound</grounding:wsdlMessagePart>
      </grounding:WsdlOutputMessageMap>
    </grounding:wsdlOutput>
but in the BravoAirGrounding.wsdl<http://www.daml.org/services/owl-s/1.0/BravoAirGrounding.wsdl>,
there is not the definition of the FlightsFound output, I mean in the WSDL
file,the first message part:

 <!-- Messages for GetDesiredFlightDetails -->

    <message name="GetDesiredFlightDetails_Input">
      <part name="departureAirport"
owl-s-parameter="BravoAir:#departureAirport_In"/>
      <part name="arrivalAirport"
owl-s-parameter="BravoAir:#arrivalAirport_In"/>
      <part name="outboundDate"
owl-s-parameter="BravoAir:#outboundDate_In"/>
      <part name="inboundDate" owl-s-parameter="BravoAir:#inboundDate_In"/>
      <part name="roundTrip" owl-s-parameter="BravoAir:#roundTrip_In"/>
    </message>

and this is the end of this message part,and there is not a part like
<message name="GetDesiredFlightDetails_Output">, I donot know whether it is
right, and I think there should be a part like I said, just my opinion.

OK. Thank you!

Wish good!



David Chen

>From XI'an China
Received on Monday, 6 March 2006 11:14:45 UTC

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