RE: RPC Mapping

As we now have a better way of indicating the "result" by using a Qname
from our namespace there is no need to say anything special about it. I
would just write the part "The return value accessor SHOULD be first"
out of the text. 

Henrik Frystyk Nielsen

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Martin Gudgin [] 
>Sent: Friday, February 08, 2002 07:35
>To: XML Protocol Discussion
>Subject: RPC Mapping
>In the editors copy of Part 2[1], section 4.1[2] states of 
>[in] and [in/out] parameters in the request that;
> 'These appear in the same order as in the procedure or method 
>For [out] and [in/out] parameters in the response it states;
> 'The return value accessor SHOULD be first, followed by the 
>accessors for the parameters which SHOULD be in the same order 
>as they appear in the procedure or method signature.'
>Why the inconsistency? I think we should say the same thing 
>for both request and response. I don't have a *strong* opinion 
>about whether we should enforce order or not, but I'd tend to 
>lean toward lining up the response description with the 
>description of the request.

Received on Friday, 8 February 2002 11:19:10 UTC