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Subject: RE: [trans-ws] File upload and count elements

Hi Peter,
I would like to suggest that we change the name of the method to "UploadFile".
That way it is in line with all other names of methods in the web service, where the verb also always comes first.

From: Reynolds, Peter [mailto:Peter.Reynolds@bowneglobal.ie]
Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 6:53 AM
To: trans-ws@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [trans-ws] File upload and count elements

Hi all,
I was looking at two issues for today's meetings and my notes are below.
File upload
This will be an optional call
The issue of SOAP attachments is proving to be a complex one and the main issue is that there are several different ways of implementing this. I think the main ways are using MIME (Apache/ Java) or DIME (Microsoft) attachments which are sent via SOAP messages. I think it would be a far too complex task to write alternative WSDL depending on what sort of attachment is being sent, so I suggest that we leave this up to those using this specification. We could include example code in the narrative for File upload.
The fileUpload call will be no parameter passed in but it will return a URI.
I have attached a word doc which shows what I am thinking.
I have discussed how we should use the count and count-group from XLIFF with Andrzej and he suggested that we should announce our intention to use this and to copy it from the XLIFF specification. If this is OK I will go ahead and do this.

Peter Reynolds, Software Development Manager
Bowne Global Solutions
3, West Pier Business Campus, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Tel: +353-1-202-1280
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