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From: Hugo Haas <hugo@dev.w3.org>
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 17:54:41 +0000
To: public-ws-desc-eds@w3.org
Message-Id: <20040615175441.AEC524F01B@homer.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20
In directory homer:/tmp/cvs-serv11144

Modified Files:
	wsdl20.xml 
Log Message:
Fixed some typos


Index: wsdl20.xml
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RCS file: /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20/wsdl20.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.89
retrieving revision 1.90
diff -C2 -d -r1.89 -r1.90
*** wsdl20.xml	26 May 2004 14:50:57 -0000	1.89
--- wsdl20.xml	15 Jun 2004 17:54:39 -0000	1.90
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*** 1140,1144 ****
          fault) messages exchanged between the service and the other
          roles involved in the interaction, in particular the service
!         requestor. The sequencing and cardinality of the messages
          involved in a particular interaction is governed by the
          <emph>message exchange pattern</emph> used by the operation
--- 1140,1144 ----
          fault) messages exchanged between the service and the other
          roles involved in the interaction, in particular the service
!         requester. The sequencing and cardinality of the messages
          involved in a particular interaction is governed by the
          <emph>message exchange pattern</emph> used by the operation
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*** 2604,2608 ****
  	    <head>Property Composition Model</head>
  	    
! 	    <p>At runtime, the behaviour of features, (SOAP) modules and bindings may be
  	    affected by the values of in-scope properties. Properties combine into a
  	    virtual "execution context" which maps property names (URIs) to
--- 2604,2608 ----
  	    <head>Property Composition Model</head>
  	    
! 	    <p>At runtime, the behavior of features, (SOAP) modules and bindings may be
  	    affected by the values of in-scope properties. Properties combine into a
  	    virtual "execution context" which maps property names (URIs) to
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*** 4199,4203 ****
    characteristics (for example, operation message exchange patterns
    and styles). When such absolute URIs are being compared to determine
!   equivalency (see <specref ref="compequiv"/>) the URIs MUST be
    compared character-by-character as indicated in <bibref
    ref="tag-uri-comp"/>.</p>
--- 4199,4203 ----
    characteristics (for example, operation message exchange patterns
    and styles). When such absolute URIs are being compared to determine
!   equivalence (see <specref ref="compequiv"/>) the URIs MUST be
    compared character-by-character as indicated in <bibref
    ref="tag-uri-comp"/>.</p>
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*** 4637,4641 ****
  for that namespace is present. The same considerations apply to schemas
  embedded in an imported WSDL description (see <specref ref='embed-xsd' />).
! More explicitely, components defined by an XML schema document
  embedded inside an imported WSDL description are NOT made available
  to the importer unless the latter contains an explicit
--- 4637,4641 ----
  for that namespace is present. The same considerations apply to schemas
  embedded in an imported WSDL description (see <specref ref='embed-xsd' />).
! More explicitly, components defined by an XML schema document
  embedded inside an imported WSDL description are NOT made available
  to the importer unless the latter contains an explicit
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*** 5020,5024 ****
        WSDL namespace name, and, the second a hint as to the location
        of a WSDL document defining WSDL components for that namespace
!       name. The second URI of a pair MAY be abolute or relative.
        </p>
      </div2>
--- 5020,5024 ----
        WSDL namespace name, and, the second a hint as to the location
        of a WSDL document defining WSDL components for that namespace
!       name. The second URI of a pair MAY be absolute or relative.
        </p>
      </div2>
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*** 5392,5396 ****
  	  <bibl id="tag-uri-comp" key="TAG URI FINDING" 
  	    href="http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/findings">
! 	    <titleref>TAG Finding on URI Comparisn</titleref>, X. Foo, Y. Bar,
  	    Authors. W3C Technical Architecture Group, Month, Year.
              Available at http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/findings/ZZZZ.
--- 5392,5396 ----
  	  <bibl id="tag-uri-comp" key="TAG URI FINDING" 
  	    href="http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/findings">
! 	    <titleref>TAG Finding on URI Comparison</titleref>, X. Foo, Y. Bar,
  	    Authors. W3C Technical Architecture Group, Month, Year.
              Available at http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/findings/ZZZZ.
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*** 6288,6292 ****
        <td>Mapping to component model for {message} of Fault Reference
        component indicated that <att>message</att> &AII; was optional,
!       but the pseudo syntax and XML reprsentation indicated it was
        required. Made uniformly optional to allow other type systems as
        was previously done for {message} of Message Reference component.
--- 6288,6292 ----
        <td>Mapping to component model for {message} of Fault Reference
        component indicated that <att>message</att> &AII; was optional,
!       but the pseudo syntax and XML representation indicated it was
        required. Made uniformly optional to allow other type systems as
        was previously done for {message} of Message Reference component.
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*** 6539,6543 ****
  	  <td>MJG</td>
  	  <td>Various edits to <specref ref='eii-types' />, <specref
! 	  ref='other-schemalang' /> to accomadate other type systems and
  	  spell out how extensibility elements/attributes play out in such
  	  scenarios.</td>
--- 6539,6543 ----
  	  <td>MJG</td>
  	  <td>Various edits to <specref ref='eii-types' />, <specref
! 	  ref='other-schemalang' /> to accommodate other type systems and
  	  spell out how extensibility elements/attributes play out in such
  	  scenarios.</td>
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