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Subject: Issue - 79 - Serializable scopes do not need to be leaf scopes

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Issue - 79 - Serializable scopes do not need to be leaf scopes

Status: open
Date added: 22 Oct 2003
Submitter: Ron Ten-Hove
Date submitted: 22 October 2003
Document: BPEL 1.1 Specification
Description: The specification states that "Serializable scopes must not be nested. A scope marked with variableAccessSerializable="yes" must be a leaf scope."

The latter requirement is too restrictive. Sub-scopes can be included in a serializable scope, and will be treated as logically part of the serializable scope. What should be banned are nested serializable scopes.
Links: Satish Thatte, 22 Oct 2003     Dieter Roller, 22 Oct 2003
Changes: 22 Oct 2003 - new issue

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