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Subject: Re: [wsbpel-reqts] RE: New Issue - Incomplete XPath expressions in thespecification

Assuming this is not a duplicate, I agree that we should ask if a member would be willing to submit it.  

please review issue 46 and let us know your take on whether its a duplicate.  
Also, please be aware that your membership status depends on meeting attendance.  You need to attend 2 out of every 3 meetings to become a member and maintain member status.  This requirement applies when you are a prospective member (indeed, you will not be eligible for membership until you've attended 2 out of 3 meetings).

Thanks for bringing this up.  
Regards, Diane
IBM  Dynamic e-business Technologies
(919)254-7221 or 8-444-7221, Mobile: 919-624-5123

"Monica J. Martin" <Monica.Martin@Sun.COM>

02/17/2004 06:17 AM

"Furniss, Peter" <Peter.Furniss@choreology.com>
Kristofer Agren <kagren@pakalert.com>, bpel rqmts <wsbpel-reqts@lists.oasis-open.org>
Re: [wsbpel-reqts] RE: New Issue - Incomplete XPath expressions in the specification

Furniss, Peter wrote:

>Isn't this covered in issue 46 (see
>and referenced in issue 39 (both now resolved).
>Also, I see, if what the membership and attendance information Kavi
>shows me is correct, you are still only a Prospective Member and it's
>possible you ought to have been dropped back to Observer.  After I put
>in your previous issue (now issue 90) there was some question as to
>whether prospective members could post issues.  In practice, that might
>differ as to whether the issue is a straightforward correction (as this
>would be, if it weren't for 46) or a judgement or style question (as
>this might be).  When do you hope to become a full member ?
>(copying the issues and requirements group for advice)
mm1: I suggest we have a member post the issue for Kristofer if there is
any question. The issue still exists regardless.

>Peter Furniss
>Chief Scientist, Choreology Ltd
>web: http://www.choreology.com
>email: peter.furniss@choreology.com
>phone: +44 870 739 0066
>mobile: +44 7951 536168
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Kristofer Agren [mailto:kagren@pakalert.com]
>>Sent: 16 February 2004 16:11
>>To: Furniss, Peter
>>Subject: New Issue - Incomplete XPath expressions in the specification
>>Document: BPEL Specification
>>Many of the BPEL examples that are included in the
>>specification use XPath queries that do not contain namespace
>>references. If the node(s) being selected are within a
>>namespace, per the XPath 1.0 specification, the XPath query
>>should reference the nodes by their expanded-name/fully
>>qualified name.
>>For example, in the excerpt below, the "query" attribute
>>defines an XPath query without namespace references, although
>>that from the WSDL definition it is clear that the
>>complexType (ship:shipOrder) that defines the part is
>>contained in a namespace.
>><bpws:propertyAlias propertyName="tns:shipOrderID"
>>                 messageType="sns:shippingRequestMsg"
>>                 part="shipOrder"
>>                 query="/shipOrder/ShipOrderRequestHeader/shipOrderID"/>
>>The correct XPath query should be (assuming that the "ship"
>>prefix is defined and accurate):
>>I propose that all XPath queries in the BPEL specification
>>are updated to include namespace prefixes wherever applicable.

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