Subject: Re: [wsbpel] Issue 150 - Proposal For Vote
+1 Kind Regards DK "Yaron Y. Goland" <email@example.com> To 13.01.2005 17:51 wsbpeltc <firstname.lastname@example.org> cc Please respond to ygoland Subject [wsbpel] Issue 150 - Proposal For Vote Issue 150 - Message variables on invoke and reply Proposal: Support optional variable attributes on message activities in executable processes to support WSDL message definitions with no parts. Rationale: It is legal in WSDL to have messages with no parts. These are 'ping' messages. In order to support these I specify language below that makes variable attributes on message operations optional in executable processes if the message definition has no parts. I specify 'SHOULD NOT' in the language below because one can imagine extensions to BPEL that will allow message variables to record data beyond just the message contents so there may be reasons why someone would still want to submit a variable even though it has no parts. Changes Required: Section 11.3 After the following two sentences: An asynchronous invocation requires only the input variable of the operation because it does not expect a response as part of the operation (see Providing Web Service Operations). A synchronous invocation requires both an input variable and an output variable. Add this text: Note however that if a WSDL message definition does not contain any parts then the associated variable attribute, inputVariable or outputVariable, SHOULD NOT be specified. Section 11.4 After the following sentence: However, this attribute is syntactically optional since it is absolutely required only in executable processes. Add this text: Note however that if a WSDL message definition does not contain any parts then the variable attribute SHOULD NOT be specified. NOTE: The previous needs to be applied twice to section 11.4 since the sentence that is being appended to appears twice. To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from the roster of the OASIS TC), go to http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/wsbpel/members/leave_workgroup.php .