RE: Revised Asynch Binding

Ugo wrote:
> Correlation could also be based on particular content of the 
> exchanged message having some business significance, for example 
> request and response sharing the same value for the purchase order. 
> This is a mechanism used extensively in BPEL, for example, and is 
> independent from the addressing mechanism used.

This seems to be another much higher level of correlation than required
just to group messages into a single WSDL MEP. Maybe it's just the words 
"business significance" and "BPEL", but this does sound more like a 
choreography or work-flow to me - something more usually layered above 
several operations and beyond the scope of a WSDL correlation "feature".


Received on Monday, 12 July 2004 08:47:23 UTC