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Subject: RE: [wsbpel-uc] Re: 1st Candidate examples of deliverables



This is as good a place/time to discuss as any.


Considering that the whole point of BPEL is to orchestrate operations as defined in a WSDL, I am puzzled as to why WSDL is out of scope. However, it could be that I am misunderstanding what you are advocating. If you can offer up a concrete sample of use case deliverables that will help de-mystify issues. Even a rough skeleton will add lots of value J


Is there any way to kick out such a sample soon, so together, we can comment, critique, and iterate to produce deliverables by this Friday?


Thanks so much!





-----Original Message-----
From: Sid Askary [mailto:saskary@nuperus.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 5:57 PM
To: Harvey Reed; 'Sally St. Amand'
Cc: wsbpel-uc@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [wsbpel-uc] Re: 1st Candidate examples of deliverables


I am working on a sample as we speak.  I would like to discuss the list that you have at some point.  For example, as per my email, I think examples are not use cases.  Therefore, schema's, WSDL, etc. are not initially in scope.


At 02:44 PM 9/22/2003, Harvey Reed wrote:

Sally, Sid,


The proposal is to deliver candidate examples of deliverables to the UC group by COB Friday. Lets say by 5pm ET. Per what we have discussed prior, I think the list is:


1.      Entities with descriptions, that own

2.      Actors (or better name) which are web services, that expose

3.      WSDL to describe operations that exchange messages that have

4.      Schemas, all of this used by

5.      BPEL use case explanative text, (using template?)with

6.      Executable BPEL, and possibly,

7.      Abstract BPEL


Lets also take into account issues/concerns that Sid is writing up (please reply and paste in), and any thoughts from Sally. Once we agree on the list of deliverables, we can make outlines of the deliverables we can agree on, then fill one coherent example in and submit back to the UC for comment, then the TC for demonstrating progress.


So the next action item is for Sid to reply with his thoughts that he is writing up, and we can drive from there&


Harvey Reed

Technical Product Manager

Sonic Software




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