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Subject: NEW ISSUE: What does BWS20006 mean?
Title: What does BWS20006 mean? Spec: WS Binding Description: BWS20006 says -- "When an invocation is made using an SCA reference binding with the wsdl.service form of wsdlElement, the SCA runtime MUST use exactly one port from the set of available ports for the reference (with port selection on a per-invocation basis permitted)." This is, at the very least, untestable. But I think it is also a pointless stmt. If the selection is made on a per-invocation basis, and if *an* invocation can involve only one endpoint (which I think it does), then this is a redundant statement. It can never be violated, but definition. Proposal: Remove BWS20006. -Anish --