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Subject: Re: [cmis] Groups - CMIS Part II - ReSTful AtomPub binding v.60 (CMIS PartII -- ReSTful AtomPub Binding.doc) uploaded

The examples were moved to the schema. The schema zip now contains an eclipse project with an ant build script that generates jaxb and jax-ws bindings from the xsd's plus a junit test case that generates the examples.

The prior HTTP examples I do not believe are required as they are standard HTTP calls with no specific CMIS headers. That left the sample XML which are generated as junit and thus should always be correct.


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Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>


Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@greenbytes.de>


Al Brown/Costa Mesa/IBM@IBMUS, cmis@lists.oasis-open.org


03/31/2009 08:58 AM


Re: [cmis] Groups - CMIS Part II - ReSTful AtomPub binding v.60 (CMIS Part II -- ReSTful AtomPub Binding.doc) uploaded

Julian Reschke wrote:
> Al,
> could you elaborate on the status of this document?
> I just did a superficially read of the document, and it appears that
> many issues that have been closed with status "fixed in 0.60" indeed
> haven't.
> I did start re-raising them, but then got the feeling that I may be
> missing something here...
> BR, Julian

Following up on this: it appears that all examples are gone from this
document -- that's of course a very efficient way to deal with issues
raised against the examples :-).

Is the intention to bring them back at some future point of time?

BR, Julian

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