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[RTF] Proposal on D-AC007 to WSAWG

From: Damodaran, Suresh <Suresh_Damodaran@stercomm.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 10:41:29 -0500
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Reliability Task Force recommends to WSAWG the following:
	1. D-AC007 in [1] be replaced by the text given below
	2. D-AC007 be removed from D-AG002 (Reliability) to D-AG006 (Team

RTF intends to focus on the remainder of the CSFs in D-AG002.

Comments are welcome!

Sterling Commerce 

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-wsa-reqs-20020429

D-AC007 The Web Service Architecture is reliable, stable, and evolves over

D-AC007.1 The Web Service Architecture is reliable.

D-AR007.1.1 The Web Service Architecture is precisely defined without
 	D-AR007.1.1.1 using standard definition languages whenever
applicable and available,
 	D-AR007.1.1.2 using standard terms, and clearly defined new terms.

D-AC007.2 The Web Service Architecture is stable and evolves over time.

	D-AR007.2.1 The Web Service Architecture has stable conceptual
models, definitions, 	assumptions, and scopes.
	D-AR007.2.2 The Web Service Architecture is governed by a well
defined versioning policy.
	D-AR007.2.3 Newer versions of Web Service Architecture should be
compatible with older 	versions.
		D-AR007.2.3.1 When a component within the Web Service
Architecture changes, the change is 	precisely identified, and the
changed Web Service Architecture is reliable.
		D-AR007.2.3.2 The assumptions behind a change in the
component, and its scope must be 	clearly stated.
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