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Subject: Issue - 72 - What to do with WS-I BP1.0?

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Issue - 72 - What to do with WS-I BP1.0?

Status: open
Date added: 1 Oct 2003
Submitter: Liu, Kevin
Date submitted: 01 October 2003
Document: Specification
Description: WS-I BP1.0 provides clarifications and constraints on the use of WSDL1.1. We need to investigate and decide if BPEL should be aligned with BP1.0. In particular, a few questions need to be answered:

  1. Would BP 1.0 be restricting BPEL to the point that some of BPEL's functionality would not be available?
  2. Would the fact that BP 1.0 only addresses the SOAP/HTTP binding imply that also BPEL should be limited to that type of binding?
  3. Should a BPEL process be offered as a Web service that is BP 1.0 compliant?
  4. Would it be fair to limit BPEL use to interacting with BP 1.0 compliant Web services only?

Changes: 1 Oct 2003 - new issue

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