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Subject: Issue - R19 - Syntax-fault in example on page 168

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Issue - R19 - Syntax-fault in example on page 168

Status: received
Date added: 11 Oct 2006
Date submitted: 11 October 2006
Submitter: Simon D Moser
Description: The Process "shippingService" (on page 168 of the public review draft) has a syntax error.
<invoke partnerLink="customer"
    inputVariable="shipNotice" />
    <correlation set="shipOrder" pattern="request" /> </correlations> </invoke>
The problem is that the invoke-tag should *NOT* be closed ("/>") before the correlation tag opens.
Submitter's proposal: It should be like this:
<invoke partnerLink="customer"
        <correlation set="shipOrder" pattern="request" />

Changes: 11 Oct 2006 - new issue

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