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Subject: RE: [ws-rx] i089 proposal - and another one

  The EPR in the GetMessage/To will usually be the same EPR that was used in a previously sent message - typically as the wsa:ReplyTo, but it could have been any EPR in the message.  There's a basic assumption that the sender of the GetMessage/To will know what endpoint is it receiving messages for.  So, its the anon client (not the receiver/server) that creates it.  As for comparing ref-p's, we'll probably need to explain that in the spec - but I think we'll need to do that anyway since piggy-backing of Acks does a form of EPR comparing that is, as of now, still undefined as well.  One definition should cover both.

"Marc Goodner" <mgoodner@microsoft.com>

04/18/2006 02:31 PM

Doug Davis/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS, <ws-rx@lists.oasis-open.org>
RE: [ws-rx] i089 proposal - and another one

Where does the EPR in GetMessage/To come from? If an anonymous client creates it then how does the receiver know how to compare ref params? If the receiver creates it how does the anonymous client learn about it?
Marc Goodner
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From: Doug Davis [mailto:dug@us.ibm.com]
Thursday, April 06, 2006 12:59 PM
Re: [ws-rx] i089 proposal - and another one



 Following up on Paul's note we'd like to offer up another variant of the polling solution.  We
feel that this solution composes more cleanly, has less impact on the RM spec and on existing
RM implementations and supports more use-cases.  While the doc is 5 pages the proposal
itself is only 2, the rest is supporting text (an example and reasons behind what we did).  I
expect we'll have to do a lot of discussing of these proposals but hopefully the extra Q&A
section we have will speed things along.



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