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Semantic Annotations for WSDL document

From: <jam@cs.uga.edu>
Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2006 20:45:21 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <200610090045.k990jLTb018310@atlas.cs.uga.edu>
To: public-ws-semann@w3.org
Cc: jam@cs.uga.edu

Joel, Holger and Jacek,

I was reading through the Semantic Annotations for WSDL document
and noticed that there are two sections marked 2.1.6
(second one should be 2.1.7)

All subsections 2.1.1 - 2.1.7 have examples, except
2.1.5 Complex Types.  Is there a reason?

Wonder if faults should have lifting and lowering mappings
as well, since they have data objects with types?

Possible missing boldface in the some of the examples, e.g.,

 xs:element name="orderItem" type="itemType"

Finally, is this table right?

               modelReference liftingSchemaMapping loweringSchemaMapping
<interface>         yes              no                    no
<operation>         yes              no                    no
<complexType>       yes              yes                   yes
<simpleType>        yes              yes                   yes
<element>           yes              yes                   yes
<attribute>         yes              no                    no
<fault>             yes              no                    no

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