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From: Jean-Jacques Moreau via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 14:21:32 +0000
To: public-ws-desc-eds@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1DSyHE-0006Cu-7U@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv23803

Modified Files:
	wsdl20.xml 
Log Message:
LC 78, part 9 (further typos)

Index: wsdl20.xml
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20/wsdl20.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.246
retrieving revision 1.247
diff -C2 -d -r1.246 -r1.247
*** wsdl20.xml	3 May 2005 13:53:15 -0000	1.246
--- wsdl20.xml	3 May 2005 14:21:30 -0000	1.247
***************
*** 3378,3382 ****
  
        <div4 id="InterfaceMessageReference_messageReference_attribute">
!         <head><att>messageLabel</att> &AII; with <el>input</el>,
          or <el>output</el> [owner element]</head>
  	    <p>
--- 3378,3382 ----
  
        <div4 id="InterfaceMessageReference_messageReference_attribute">
!         <head><att>messageLabel</att> &AII; with <el>input</el>
          or <el>output</el> [owner element]</head>
  	    <p>
***************
*** 3398,3402 ****
  
        <div4 id="InterfaceMessageReference_element_attribute">
!         <head><att>element</att> &AII; with <el>input</el>,
          or <el>output</el> [owner element]</head>
  
--- 3398,3402 ----
  
        <div4 id="InterfaceMessageReference_element_attribute">
!         <head><att>element</att> &AII; with <el>input</el>
          or <el>output</el> [owner element]</head>
  
***************
*** 3412,3416 ****
  		<emph>xs:QName</emph> and <emph>xs:token</emph> where
  		the allowed token values are <emph>#any</emph>,
! 		<emph>#none</emph>, or <emph>#other</emph>.  </p>
        </div4>
      </div3>
--- 3412,3416 ----
  		<emph>xs:QName</emph> and <emph>xs:token</emph> where
  		the allowed token values are <emph>#any</emph>,
! 		<emph>#none</emph>, or <emph>#other</emph>.</p>
        </div4>
      </div3>
***************
*** 3545,3550 ****
  	  <ulist>
              <item><p>{interface fault} REQUIRED. An Interface Fault
!             component in the {interface faults} property of the parent Interface
!             Operation component's parent Interface
              component, or an Interface component that it directly or indirectly extends. 
              Identifying the Interface Fault component therefore
--- 3545,3550 ----
  	  <ulist>
              <item><p>{interface fault} REQUIRED. An Interface Fault
!             component in the {interface faults} property of the [parent] Interface
!             Operation component's [parent] Interface
              component, or an Interface component that it directly or indirectly extends. 
              Identifying the Interface Fault component therefore
***************
*** 4000,4018 ****
  	      <item><p>Interface Fault component: all features
  	      asserted within the interface fault component and
! 	      those within the parent interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Interface Operation component: all features
  	      asserted within the interface operation component and
! 	      those within the parent interface component.</p></item>
  
                <item><p>Interface Message Reference component: all features
                asserted within the interface message reference component, those
!               within the parent interface operation component and
!               those within its parent interface component.</p></item>
                
                <item><p>Interface Fault Reference component: all features asserted
                within the fault reference component, those
!               within the parent interface operation component and
!               those within its parent interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Binding component: all features asserted within
--- 4000,4018 ----
  	      <item><p>Interface Fault component: all features
  	      asserted within the interface fault component and
! 	      those within the [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Interface Operation component: all features
  	      asserted within the interface operation component and
! 	      those within the [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
                <item><p>Interface Message Reference component: all features
                asserted within the interface message reference component, those
!               within the [parent] interface operation component and
!               those within its [parent] interface component.</p></item>
                
                <item><p>Interface Fault Reference component: all features asserted
                within the fault reference component, those
!               within the [parent] interface operation component and
!               those within its [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Binding component: all features asserted within
***************
*** 4024,4028 ****
  	      	<p>
  	      		Binding Fault component: all features asserted within
! 	      		the binding fault component, those within the parent
  	      		binding component, those within the corresponding
  	      		interface fault component, and those within the
--- 4024,4028 ----
  	      	<p>
  	      		Binding Fault component: all features asserted within
! 	      		the binding fault component, those within the [parent]
  	      		binding component, those within the corresponding
  	      		interface fault component, and those within the
***************
*** 4036,4040 ****
  	      		Binding Operation component: all features asserted
  	      		within the binding operation component, those within
! 	      		the parent binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface operation component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
--- 4036,4040 ----
  	      		Binding Operation component: all features asserted
  	      		within the binding operation component, those within
! 	      		the [parent] binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface operation component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
***************
*** 4047,4052 ****
  	      		Binding Message Reference component: all features
  	      		asserted within the binding message reference
! 	      		component, those within the parent binding operation
! 	      		component, those within its parent binding component,
  	      		those within the corresponding message reference
  	      		component, and those within the interface component
--- 4047,4052 ----
  	      		Binding Message Reference component: all features
  	      		asserted within the binding message reference
! 	      		component, those within the [parent] binding operation
! 	      		component, those within its [parent] binding component,
  	      		those within the corresponding message reference
  	      		component, and those within the interface component
***************
*** 4059,4064 ****
  	      		Binding Fault Reference component: all features
  	      		asserted within the binding fault reference component,
! 	      		those within the parent binding operation component,
! 	      		those within its parent binding component, those
  	      		within the corresponding fault reference component,
  	      		and those within the interface component referred to
--- 4059,4064 ----
  	      		Binding Fault Reference component: all features
  	      		asserted within the binding fault reference component,
! 	      		those within the [parent] binding operation component,
! 	      		those within its [parent] binding component, those
  	      		within the corresponding fault reference component,
  	      		and those within the interface component referred to
***************
*** 4291,4295 ****
            <p>A &ldquo;property&rdquo; in the Features and Properties
            architecture represents a named runtime value which affects
!           the behaviour of some aspect of a Web service interaction,
            much like an environment variable.  For example, a reliable
            messaging SOAP module may specify a property to control the
--- 4291,4295 ----
            <p>A &ldquo;property&rdquo; in the Features and Properties
            architecture represents a named runtime value which affects
!           the behavior of some aspect of a Web service interaction,
            much like an environment variable.  For example, a reliable
            messaging SOAP module may specify a property to control the
***************
*** 4436,4440 ****
  	    <p>The set of properties which are required or available for
  	    a given component consists of the combined set of ALL
! 	    property declarations applicable to that componment. A
  	    property is applicable to a component if:</p>
  
--- 4436,4440 ----
  	    <p>The set of properties which are required or available for
  	    a given component consists of the combined set of ALL
! 	    property declarations applicable to that component. A
  	    property is applicable to a component if:</p>
  
***************
*** 4489,4502 ****
  	      <item><p>Interface Fault component: all properties
  	      asserted within the interface fault component and
! 	      those within the parent interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Interface Operation component: all properties
  	      asserted within the interface operation component and
! 	      those within the parent interface component.</p></item>
  
                <item><p>Interface Message Reference component: all properties
                asserted within the message reference component, those
!               within the parent interface operation component and
!               those within its parent interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Binding component: all properties asserted within
--- 4489,4502 ----
  	      <item><p>Interface Fault component: all properties
  	      asserted within the interface fault component and
! 	      those within the [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Interface Operation component: all properties
  	      asserted within the interface operation component and
! 	      those within the [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
                <item><p>Interface Message Reference component: all properties
                asserted within the message reference component, those
!               within the [parent] interface operation component and
!               those within its [parent] interface component.</p></item>
  
  	      <item><p>Binding component: all properties asserted within
***************
*** 4509,4513 ****
  	      		Binding Fault component: all properties asserted
  	      		within the binding fault component, those within the
! 	      		parent binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface fault component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
--- 4509,4513 ----
  	      		Binding Fault component: all properties asserted
  	      		within the binding fault component, those within the
! 	      		[parent] binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface fault component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
***************
*** 4520,4524 ****
  	      		Binding Operation component: all properties asserted
  	      		within the binding operation component, those within
! 	      		the parent binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface operation component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
--- 4520,4524 ----
  	      		Binding Operation component: all properties asserted
  	      		within the binding operation component, those within
! 	      		the [parent] binding component, those within the
  	      		corresponding interface operation component, and those
  	      		within the interface component referred to by the
***************
*** 4531,4536 ****
  	      		Binding Message Reference component: all properties
  	      		asserted within the binding message reference
! 	      		component, those within the parent binding operation
! 	      		component, those within its parent binding component,
  	      		those within the corresponding interface message reference
  	      		component, and those within the interface component
--- 4531,4536 ----
  	      		Binding Message Reference component: all properties
  	      		asserted within the binding message reference
! 	      		component, those within the [parent] binding operation
! 	      		component, those within its [parent] binding component,
  	      		those within the corresponding interface message reference
  	      		component, and those within the interface component
***************
*** 4543,4548 ****
  	      		Binding Fault Reference component: all properties
  	      		asserted within the binding fault reference component,
! 	      		those within the parent binding operation component,
! 	      		those within its parent binding component, those
  	      		within the corresponding fault reference component,
  	      		and those within the interface component referred to
--- 4543,4548 ----
  	      		Binding Fault Reference component: all properties
  	      		asserted within the binding fault reference component,
! 	      		those within the [parent] binding operation component,
! 	      		those within its [parent] binding component, those
  	      		within the corresponding fault reference component,
  	      		and those within the interface component referred to
***************
*** 4639,4643 ****
  		</item>
  		<item>
!           <p>One or more &EII;s amongst its [children], in order as
            follows:</p>
  		  <olist>
--- 4639,4643 ----
  		</item>
  		<item>
!           <p>Zero or more &EII;s amongst its [children], in order as
            follows:</p>
  		  <olist>
***************
*** 4954,4958 ****
  	    <item><p>A [namespace name] of
  	    <attval>&wsdl-ns;</attval></p></item>
! 		<item><p>One or more &AII;s amongst its [attributes] as
  		follows:</p>
  		<ulist>
--- 4954,4958 ----
  	    <item><p>A [namespace name] of
  	    <attval>&wsdl-ns;</attval></p></item>
! 		<item><p>Two or more &AII;s amongst its [attributes] as
  		follows:</p>
  		<ulist>
***************
*** 5176,5180 ****
        component). Thus, the fault binding information specified in a
        Binding Fault component describes how faults that occur within
!       a message exchange of an operation will be formatted.</p>
  
        <p>The properties of the Binding Fault component are as
--- 5176,5180 ----
        component). Thus, the fault binding information specified in a
        Binding Fault component describes how faults that occur within
!       a message exchange of an operation will be formatted and carried in the transport.</p>
  
        <p>The properties of the Binding Fault component are as
***************
*** 5187,5191 ****
        			component in the {interface faults} property of the
        			Interface component identified by the {interface}
!       			property of the parent Binding component, or an Interface component
        			that that Interface component directly or indirectly extends. 
        			This is the Interface Fault component for which binding
--- 5187,5191 ----
        			component in the {interface faults} property of the
        			Interface component identified by the {interface}
!       			property of the [parent] Binding component, or an Interface component
        			that that Interface component directly or indirectly extends. 
        			This is the Interface Fault component for which binding
***************
*** 5429,5433 ****
        			component in the {interface operations} property of
        			the Interface component identified by the {interface}
!       			property of the parent Binding component, or an Interface
        			component that that Interface component directly or indirectly extends. This is the
        			Interface Operation component for which binding
--- 5429,5433 ----
        			component in the {interface operations} property of
        			the Interface component identified by the {interface}
!       			property of the [parent] Binding component, or an Interface
        			component that that Interface component directly or indirectly extends. This is the
        			Interface Operation component for which binding
***************
*** 5439,5443 ****
        		<p>
        			{binding message references} OPTIONAL. A set of Binding
!       			Message Reference components
        		</p>
        	</item>
--- 5439,5449 ----
        		<p>
        			{binding message references} OPTIONAL. A set of Binding
!       			Message Reference components.
!       			<ednote>
!       			  <name>TODO - Editorial fix ME28</name>
!       			  <date>20050503</date>
!       			  <edtext>This will be so counter-intuitive for WSDL 1.1 readers
!       			  that it bears repeating the motivation for this in 2.9.1.</edtext>
!       			</ednote>
        		</p>
        	</item>
***************
*** 5446,5450 ****
        		<p>
        			{binding fault references} OPTIONAL. A set of Binding Fault
!       			Reference components
        		</p>
        	</item>
--- 5452,5456 ----
        		<p>
        			{binding fault references} OPTIONAL. A set of Binding Fault
!       			Reference components.
        		</p>
        	</item>
***************
*** 5817,5821 ****
  	    <attval>&wsdl-ns;</attval>.</p></item>
  
!             <item><p>One or more &AII;s amongst its [attributes] as
              follows:</p>
  		<ulist>
--- 5823,5827 ----
  	    <attval>&wsdl-ns;</attval>.</p></item>
  
!             <item><p>Zero or more &AII;s amongst its [attributes] as
              follows:</p>
  		<ulist>
***************
*** 6622,6626 ****
  	    ref="RFC3986"/>. If present, the value of this attribute
  	    represents the network address at which the service
! 	    indicated by the parent Service component's {interface}
  	    property is offered via the binding referred to by the
  	    {binding} property.</p>
--- 6628,6632 ----
  	    ref="RFC3986"/>. If present, the value of this attribute
  	    represents the network address at which the service
! 	    indicated by the [parent] Service component's {interface}
  	    property is offered via the binding referred to by the
  	    {binding} property.</p>
***************
*** 7377,7381 ****
  			<att>schemaLocation</att>
  			&AII;
! 			has the following infoset properties:
  		</p>
  		<ulist>
--- 7383,7387 ----
  			<att>schemaLocation</att>
  			&AII;
! 			has the following Infoset properties:
  		</p>
  		<ulist>
***************
*** 7463,7467 ****
  XML Schema definition of the <el>xs:schema</el> &EII; to make this
  &AII; required.  The <att>targetNamespace</att> &AII;
! has the following infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of targetNamespace.</p></item>
--- 7469,7473 ----
  XML Schema definition of the <el>xs:schema</el> &EII; to make this
  &AII; required.  The <att>targetNamespace</att> &AII;
! has the following Infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of targetNamespace.</p></item>
***************
*** 9404,9408 ****
  <p>
  The <el>dtd:import</el> &EII; references an external Document Type
! Definition, and has the following infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of import.</p></item>
--- 9410,9414 ----
  <p>
  The <el>dtd:import</el> &EII; references an external Document Type
! Definition, and has the following Infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of import.</p></item>
***************
*** 9422,9426 ****
  <p>The <att>namespace</att> &AII; sets the namespace to be used with
  all imported element definitions described in the DTD.  It has the following
! infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of namespace.</p></item>
--- 9428,9432 ----
  <p>The <att>namespace</att> &AII; sets the namespace to be used with
  all imported element definitions described in the DTD.  It has the following
! Infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of namespace.</p></item>
***************
*** 9436,9440 ****
  processor as to where the DTD may be located.  Caching and cataloging
  technologies may provide better information than this hint.  The <att>location</att>
! &AII; has the following infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of location.</p></item>
--- 9442,9446 ----
  processor as to where the DTD may be located.  Caching and cataloging
  technologies may provide better information than this hint.  The <att>location</att>
! &AII; has the following Infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of location.</p></item>
***************
*** 9556,9560 ****
  element definitions inlined in this schema.  WSDL 2.0 modifies the RNG
  definition of the <el>rng:grammar</el> &EII; to make this &AII; required.  The <att>ns</att> &AII; has the
! following infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of ns.</p></item>
--- 9562,9566 ----
  element definitions inlined in this schema.  WSDL 2.0 modifies the RNG
  definition of the <el>rng:grammar</el> &EII; to make this &AII; required.  The <att>ns</att> &AII; has the
! following Infoset properties:</p>
  <ulist>
  <item><p>A [local name] of ns.</p></item>
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