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Subject: RE: [wsbpel-spec-edit] compensation handling issue resolutions (207, 207.1, 216, 217, 226, 229)

Thanks Dieter.  
From my notes - Alex is next to update the xsd for these issues and when Alex completes, Danny will do issue 195 and action items 9 and 14.

Regards, Diane
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Dieter Koenig1/Germany/IBM@IBMDE

02/21/2006 01:45 AM

Diane Jordan/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
RE: [wsbpel-spec-edit] compensation handling issue resolutions (207, 207.1, 216, 217, 226, 229)Link

Hi Diane, I applied the compensation handling issue resolutions (207, 207.1, 216, 217, 226, 229), and checked-in version 1.110.

Please pass the pen to the next spec editor (sorry, I don't remember who is next).

Notes to the spec-editing team:

(0) When I tried to check in the new version, I made a couple of CVS user errors. Hopefully nothing is damaged - I will make sure this does not happen the next time. Just in case, I attached the new version of the spec to this note -- also attached the two new pictures (not yet checked in).

(1) Issue resolution 217 (new activity "compensateScope") did not provide specific spec text - I therefore changed text in many places where we just had "compensate" in the past. At the start of 12.3.3 ("Invoking a Compensation Handler"), I also moved a few paragraphs up/down in order to fit with the generic introduction and the specific sections for each compensate activity ("compensateScope" and "compensate").

(2) I slightly modified the heading structure under 12.3.3 ("Invoking a Compensation Handler") because compensation of scopes nested in event handlers was under "Compensation for Scopes in Repeatable Constructs". This was followed by "Compensation within Handlers" which does not consider event handlers. The result is a compromise between Alex' and my earlier proposals:
  12.3.3. Invoking a Compensation Handler Compensation of a Specific Scope Default Compensation Behavior
  12.3.4. Compensation within Repeatable Constructs or Handlers Compensation Handler Instance Groups Compensation within Repeatable Constructs Compensation within Fault Handlers Compensation within Compensation Handlers Compensation within Termination Handlers

Kind Regards

1.110 - wsbpel-specification-draft.doc




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