Re: pattern URIs

"Jeffrey Schlimmer" <> writes:
> I don't see the distinction here between behavior for 'normative'
> patterns and 'non-normative' patterns. A WSDL processor is not required
> to recognize any patterns, but if it does recognize one of the patterns
> we define, it must follow the semantics as specified.

I agree. We are just defining a set of pattern URIs and then 
defining some bindings that work for some of them. Now, pragmatically
I imagine all processors will support the two basic inbound patterns
as well but that doesn't mean we need to make those normative and
the others not.

> Are we going to start saying that a WSDL processor must recognize all
> bindings? WSDL 1.1 didn't do that, and the community seems to have voted
> with their implementations.



Received on Thursday, 2 October 2003 09:34:03 UTC