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Subject: Re: [wsbpel] Groups - New Action Item #0012 Editing team - verify thatthere...
I propose to fix action item 0012 with the following:
In 11.6.1 add the following text in blue:
each activity B that has a synchronization dependency on A, check
ready to start (except for its dependency on incoming links) in the
status of all incoming links for B has been determined. Note that if the incoming link is leaving an isolated
When the isolated attribute is set to "yes", the scope provides concurrency control in governing access to shared variables, and link state .
Add to the end of 12.6 the following, taken from the Issue 1 proposal http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/wsbpel/200406/msg00093.html and slightly reworded.
Consider a link whose source is nested inside a scope, at any level, and whose target is not nested inside that scope at any level. We say such a link is leaving that scope. Also consider a link whose target is nested inside a scope at any level, but whose source is not. We say that such a link is entering that scope. The status of links leaving an isolated scope will not be visible at the target until the scope completes, whether successfully or unsuccessfully. If the scope completes unsuccessfully, the status of links leaving the scope is false regardless of what it was at the time the source activity completed. This rule only applies to links which leave isolated scopes, and does not apply to links which enter isolated scopes.
OASIS Web Services Business Process Execution Language (WSBPEL) TC member, Danny van der Rijn has created a new action item. Number: #0012 Description: Editing team - verify that there... Owner: Danny van der Rijn Comments: Danny van der Rijn 2006-02-08 17:28 GMT I could not find such mention. View Details: http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/wsbpel/members/action_item.php?action_item_id=1220 PLEASE NOTE: If the above links do not work for you, your email application may be breaking the link into two pieces. You may be able to copy and paste the entire link address into the address field of your web browser. - OASIS Open Administration