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Re: ISSUE: Minor renaming on interaction exchange type field

From: Nickolas Kavantzas <nickolas.kavantzas@oracle.com>
Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2004 09:09:33 -0700
Message-ID: <413745BD.3284865F@oracle.com>
To: Gary Brown <gary@enigmatec.net>
CC: public-ws-chor@w3.org

Gary, per our last F2F in London the Editors got an action item to do this work as you are proposing
(plus some more stuff to accomodate the channelType).

I've done it already and it will be reflected in the editors draft that we are going to send
to the group in the following days.



Gary Brown wrote:

> (Possibly something that can be resolved on tonights issues discussion,
> without having to raise a bugzilla)
> When a type is referenced in most places in the CDL language, the attribute
> is called 'informationType' - to maintain a level of abstraction above the
> type system actually being used.
> However, the 'exchange' part of the 'interaction' construct has an attribute
> 'messageContentType'. Although this name identifies the fact that a message
> is being transferred, it was not clear whether this was an informationType
> or could be an XML schema type. Only by looking at the example did I see
> that it referred to an informationType.
> Therefore I would propose that this attribute should be changed to
> 'informationType' for clarity purposes. I don't think this would detract
> from the meaning of the type field, as it is part of an element called
> 'exchange' which implies information is being exchanged, and the element
> contains a 'send' and 'receive' variable definition.
> Regards
> Gary
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