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Subject: Re: [soa-rm-ra] Disambiguating Action (Part I)

I could try to work this but I am not yet ready to relate a UDDI entry and resource.  I am wrestling with interpreting the UDDI spec for another project, and things like a business entity (or businessEntity) have too many inconsistent references to figure out what they are within UDDI, let alone how these relate to the RA.

I believe we can discuss what registries need to do in the context of the RA and let UDDI folks work the tModels.  As noted earlier, I'm more concerned with easy understanding by folks who see WSDL as end all and be all.


On May 26, 2008, at 6:01 PM, michael.poulin@uk.fid-intl.com wrote:

According to our definition (lifted from W3C) anything with an ID is a resource.

Since we can have a registry of service interfaces (e.g., UDDI) where each record has its ID, are we saying that a service interface is the resource of the service? Is a skin or a face exist as a resource of the body? I feel a bit strange now...  :-(

Are we in the position of making any changes?

We cannot talk about an abstract resource. In English, a resource assumes an object which this resource relates to as a resource. Right? 

A service may be a resource to a consumer; something, which may be accessible, may be a resource to service...

Am I lost somewhere? (I have to think faster about Ken's lists of services and lists of resources, I guess)

- Michael

Ken Laskey
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