Subject: Re: [wsbpel-spec-edit] Summary of today's editors' call
From: Prasad Yendluri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Alex Yiu <email@example.com>, Satish Thatte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 16:19:53 -0700
Yes, they are in the main XSD file only. I be happy to verify them
after you are done. Thanks.
In general, I can also apply them. I also use XMLSpy regularly for
other things in my work. I am reasonably good with schema :) It would
be easier if we control this to be in a single hand but, it could get
to be a bottleneck as we get to crunch time.
Do we want to start letting Alex know each time there are schema
changes as we make our edits? Perhaps having some established process
in place on this would be good.
Alex Yiu wrote:
Prasad ... you changes only happen in the BPEL main XSD file, right?
No changes in the one for parterLink and msg properties, right?
After I am done with my changes, I will send a before-and-after copy of
XSD file to you. Could you please verify whether I have included all of
your changes at that point? Then, I will check the changes into the
Just a reminder again ... XSD files outside the MS-Word doc (source
controlled by CVS) would be our master copies. So, it would be easier
for us to apply XSD tool (e.g. XMLSpy) to verify the correctness of XSD
design. Whenever we need to publish the spec to the TC, we would copy
the XSD file back to MS-Word Doc.
Satish Thatte wrote:
been maintaining the separate
schema for us. Alex, could you merge Prasad’s changes in with yours
Prasad Yendluri [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 To: Alex Yiu Cc: Satish Thatte;
bpel spec Subject: Re:
Summary of today's editors' call
Alex / Satish /
There were some schema changes that went in with the updates I made for
43 and 44. I only updated the word file. I forgot about the separate
file being maintained. How do you want to handle these? Are Alex/Paco
so that it is controlled? Or should I go ahead and update the schema
myself? Let me know. Thanks.