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Subject: Re: [sca-bindings] BINDINGS-113: What does BWS20006 mean?

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On 02/10/2010 04:02 PM, Anish Karmarkar wrote:
> 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

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