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Subject: Re: [kmip] Issue with test case TC-DLOGIN-2-20, Result reason spelling error
Well spotted. Tell us which one you prefer. Do we even have a policy of US vs British spellings?I would noteAuthorize is the older form, and it was standard even in British English until the second half of the 20th century. It is in the group of Classically derived words that traditionally took the -ize ending but have recently acquired -ise. The change is not wholly engrained, though. The Oxford English Dictionary, which usually favors British spellings, still lists authorize as the primary spelling,1 and some British publishing houses also favor the old spelling. In 21st-century edited British news publications, however, authorise appears about seven times for every instance of authorize, and authorize is even less common in 21st-century Australian and New Zealand publications.On Sat, Dec 22, 2018 at 8:24 AM Mark Joseph <email@example.com> wrote:The specification has a different spelling for this result reason which will be an issue in the XML and JSON tests
00000039<ResponseMessage><ResponseHeader><ProtocolVersion><ProtocolVersionMajor type="Integer" value="2"/><ProtocolVersionMinor type="Integer" value="0"/></ProtocolVersion><TimeStamp type="DateTime" value="$NOW"/><ServerCorrelationValue type="TextString" value="A10AD7B7-A3B6C0A0-9"/><BatchCount type="Integer" value="1"/></ResponseHeader><BatchItem><Operation type="Enumeration" value="Get"/><ResultStatus type="Enumeration" value="OperationFailed"/><ResultReason type="Enumeration" value="NotAuthorized"/><ResultMessage type="TextString" value="DENIED"/></BatchItem></ResponseMessage>Best,Mark JosephP6R, Inc408-205-0361
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