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RE: NEW ISSUE; wsa:To interaction with application protocols

From: <paul.downey@bt.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 19:43:38 -0000
Message-ID: <2B7789AAED12954AAD214AEAC13ACCEF2709DE3F@i2km02-ukbr.domain1.systemhost.net>
To: <distobj@acm.org>, <public-ws-addressing@w3.org>
Hi Mark!
i think this is closely related to issue 6 "Message Property Optionality":

AIUI you'd like an addressing xxTo: value to map to an populate a transport 
xxTo: value, whereas Marc is suggesting that a missing addressing xxTo: 
could default to to a value derrived from the transport.
i guess both issues raise an issue with the way the spec is structured given 
that the SOAP and WSDL bindings are thus far "transport-neutral". 

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: public-ws-addressing-request@w3.org on behalf of Mark Baker 
	Sent: Mon 13/12/2004 15:17 
	To: public-ws-addressing@w3.org 
	Subject: NEW ISSUE; wsa:To interaction with application protocols

	The SOAP binding currently only supports uses of SOAP which treat
	underlying application protocols as transport protocols.  It does this
	by requiring that a wsa:Address EII map to the wsa:To SOAP header,
	rather than providing for the possibility of mapping to the identifier
	in the underlying protocol.  The spec says;
	  "The [address] property in the endpoint reference is copied in the
	   [destination] message information property. The infoset
	   representation of the [destination] property becomes a header block
	   in the SOAP message."
	As an example of the problem, consider the following EPR (an edited
	version of one from the spec);
	<wsa:EndpointReference xmlns:wsa="..." xmlns:fabrikam="...">
	Here, "foobar@fabrikam123.example" is required to go in the SOAP header,
	rather than in the "RCPT TO" command of the SMTP protocol (as an example
	of one email delivery protocol).
	I think the shortcoming will significantly hamper the ability for
	WS-Addressing enabled agents and services to integrate with existing
	applications on the Internet, such as email, instant messaging, and the
	Mark Baker.   Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA.        http://www.markbaker.ca


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