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SOAP1.1 Coverage

From: Davanum Srinivas <dims@wso2.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 16:20:25 -0500
Message-ID: <43EA6099.3090300@wso2.com>
To: public-ws-addressing-tests@w3.org

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Team,

Encouraged a bit by Glen's enthusiasm...Sorry if the group has already talked about these, Google did not help me much
to find relevent discussions, would appreciate a link.

While reviewing the coverage for SOAP1.1, noticed that the following tests did not have equivalents for SOAP1.1:
 test1236 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message with a ReplyTo address of none.
 test1237 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message with a ReplyTo address of none and a role of '/next'.
 test1238 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message triggers mustUnderstand fault
 test1247 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message with a duplicate To header.
 test1251 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message with a non-anonymous ReplyTo address and a Reply targeted to none.
 test1260 	 SOAP 1.2 two-way message with an unreachable ReplyTo address.

Notes:
- - test1236 - any clue why we can't have an soap11 equivalent?
- - test1237 - has a soap1.2 specific thing namely the "role" which is not in SOAP1.1. So let's count that out.
- - test1238 - i do see a soap fault code for MustUnderstand in soap11
(http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/NOTE-SOAP-20000508/#_Toc478383510). Is there a reason we don't have a test for soap11?
- - test1247 - Is there no place we can stick in the InvalidCardinality on the way back?
- - test1251 - no clue why we can't have an soap11 equivalent
- - test1260 - no equivalent in soap11 where we can stick in wsa:ProblemIRI?

thanks,
dims

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