Subject: RE: Issue i098 - This is about protocol vs. sequence faults
It’s not a big deal. What I should have said was protocol operation vs. protocol sequence related faults.
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From: Gilbert Pilz
I guess I don't understand the opposition of "protocol vs. sequence". In my mind an InvalidAcknowledgement is certainly a "protocol fault" (as in, "Dude, you're not following the protocol 'cause you acknowledged something I never sent you!"). It is also a "sequence-related fault" in that the invalid acknowledgements included a <wsrm:Identifier> that identified a valid sequence (otherwise the RMS would presumably have sent an UnknownSequence fault).
All the faults defined by WS-RM are "WS-RM protocol faults". Some of these faults relate to a particular sequence. Some of these faults do not.
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