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Subject: Issue - 279 - changes to rethrow wording

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Issue - 279 - changes to rethrow wording

Status: received
Date added: 3 May 2006
Date submitted: 03 May 2006
Submitter: Diane Jordan
Description: Text in 10.11 was corrected to add normative "MUST" wording:
The <rethrow> activity is used in fault handlers to rethrow the fault they caught. It can be used only within a fault handler (<catch> and <catchAll>). Modifications to the fault data MUST be ignored by <rethrow>. For example, if the logic in a fault handler modifies the fault data and then call <rethrow>, the original fault data would be rethrown and not the modified fault data. Similarly if a fault is caught using the shortcut that allows message type faults with one part defined using an element to be caught by fault handlers looking for the same element type, then a <rethrow> would rethrow the original message type data (See 12.4. FaultHandlers).
Also text was moved to section 5.2 from 12.4, "This syntatic constraint must be statically enforced." Resulting in:
The <rethrow> activity is used to rethrow the fault that was originally caught by the immediately enclosing faultHandler. The <rethrow> activity MUST only be used within a faultHandler (i.e. <catch> and <catchAll> elements). This syntatic constraint must be statically enforced.

Resolution: Proposed and resolved at San Jose ftf
Changes: 3 May 2006 - new issue

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