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Subject: Re: [sca-bpel] AI: conformance targets


Few questions/comments inlined below.


Martin Chapman wrote:
> I have an action item to propose the conformance targets for the SCA BPEL C+I spec.
> As a reminder the Liaison SC agreed the following recommendation:
>    "Conformance targets can be categorized into 
>     1) document artifacts (or constructs within them) that can be checked statically. 
>     2) SCA runtimes, which we may require to exhibit certain behaviors. "
> Therefore in the SCA BPEL C+I spec we can talk about SCA documents (scdl), BPEL documents, and runtimes.
> Specifically I propose the following conformance targets, in addition to any targets defined by Assembly:

Is the idea that we would reuse the conformance target, defined by 
assembly, for composite, constrainingType, componentType in the BPEL C&I?

> WS-BPEL Process: as defined in WS-BPEL 2.0. An unmodified (from and SCA perspective) process description.

Why would this be a conformance target?
The way I see it, SCA BPEL C&I spec would make some RFC 2119 statements 
about the targets. It doesn't seem like we would have anything to say 
about an unmodified BPEL process.

> SCA WS-BPEL Process: a WS-BPEL 2.0 process that uses the SCA specific BPEL extensions.
> SCA WS-BPEL Runtime: derived from "SCA Runtime" in the Assembly spec and "WS-BPEL processor" in WS-BPEL 2.0.
> Cheers,
>   Martin.
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