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Subject: RE: T2 Recursive Behaviors


I think the process (encapsulation) is a useful one. However I think that
this should be a separate spec that describes how to do it - it could be an
OASIS TC spec. There are several other useful examples, for example using
sequencing to transport very large messages by chopping them into chunks.
They are both additional good ideas that can be layered on top of what is
already there.


-----Original Message-----
From: David Fischer [mailto:david@drummondgroup.com]
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2001 7:07 PM
To: Burdett, David
Cc: ebXML Msg
Subject: T2 Recursive Behaviors

It seems that there will be no way to avoid occasional recursion within
such as encrypting a message with SMIME and putting the result in a bodypart
wrapped by a minimal ebXML header structure.  At the receiving end, the
would then be decrypted and the resulting message resubmitted to the ebXML
parser (recursive).

This behavior would also solve the concern over potential in-route additions
the Manifest (put the old message in a bodypart, create a new set of headers
with additions to the Manifest, then once the new message is parsed then the
message should be resubmitted to the parser (recursive)).

While none of this behavior is prohibited by the current spec, neither is it
specifically allowed.  Can we add one sentence somewhere to specifically


David Fischer
Drummond Group.

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