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From: Hugo Haas <hugo@dev.w3.org>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 18:07:39 +0000
To: public-ws-desc-eds@w3.org
Message-ID: <E1CMsCx-00023X-Ge@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv7895

Modified Files:
	wsdl20-bindings.xml 
Log Message:
LC29e


Index: wsdl20-bindings.xml
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20/wsdl20-bindings.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.125
retrieving revision 1.126
diff -C2 -d -r1.125 -r1.126
*** wsdl20-bindings.xml	1 Oct 2004 12:11:40 -0000	1.125
--- wsdl20-bindings.xml	27 Oct 2004 18:07:37 -0000	1.126
***************
*** 2002,2012 ****
              <ulist>
                <item>
!                 <p>When constructing the request URI, each pair
! 				of curly braces (and enclosed element name) is replaced
! 				by the corresponding content of the element.
! 				  </p>
                </item>
                <item>
!                 <p>A double curly brace (i.e. "{{" or "}}") MAY be used to include
  				a single, literal curly brace in the request URI.</p>
                </item>
--- 2002,2015 ----
              <ulist>
                <item>
!                 <p>When constructing the request URI, each pair of
!                 curly braces (and enclosed element name) is replaced
!                 by the possibly empty single value of the
!                 corresponding element. It is an error for this element
!                 to carry an <att>xs:nil</att> attribute whose value is
!                 <attval>true</attval>.
! 		</p>
                </item>
                <item>
!                 <p>A double curly brace (i.e. <attval>{{</attval> or <attval>}}</attval>) MAY be used to include
  				a single, literal curly brace in the request URI.</p>
                </item>
***************
*** 2046,2050 ****
  	    <div5 id="_http_operation_location_notcited_uri">
  	      <head>Serialization in the request URI</head>
!             <p>All elements of the <termref def="instance_data">instance
  	    data</termref> from the input message NOT cited by the
  	    <att>location</att>
--- 2049,2054 ----
  	    <div5 id="_http_operation_location_notcited_uri">
  	      <head>Serialization in the request URI</head>
!             <p>Uncited non-nil
!   elements with a possibly empty single value of the <termref def="instance_data">instance
  	    data</termref> from the input message NOT cited by the
  	    <att>location</att>
***************
*** 2052,2057 ****
  	      request URI (e.g. <specref ref="urlencoded_example"/>).
  				</p>
              <p>
! 	    If the <att>location</att> attribute does not contain a '?'
  	    (question mark) character, one is appended. If it does
  	    already contain a question mark character, then an "&amp;" separator
--- 2056,2067 ----
  	      request URI (e.g. <specref ref="urlencoded_example"/>).
  				</p>
+ 
+ 	  <p>It is an error for the <termref
+ 	  def="instance_data">instance data</termref> to contain
+ 	  elements with an <att>xs:nil</att> attribute whose value is
+ 	  <attval>true</attval>.</p>
+ 
              <p>
! 	    If the <att>location</att> attribute does not contain a "?"
  	    (question mark) character, one is appended. If it does
  	    already contain a question mark character, then an "&amp;" separator
***************
*** 2855,2858 ****
--- 2865,2874 ----
  -->
  <tr>
+  <td>20041027</td>
+  <td>HH</td>
+  <td><loc
+ 	 href='http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/desc/4/lc-issues/issues.html#LC29e'>LC29e</loc>: URL serialization: disallowing nil elements in certain cases; clarifying that empty elements are OK</td>
+ </tr>
+ <tr>
   <td>20041001</td>
   <td>HH</td>
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