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Subject: Re: [wsrp-wsia] Requirements from WSRP Producers and Consumers.doc

Thank you, Gil - an excellent start !

I think extending the document to a primer on how to implement WSRP
consumers / producers is a very good idea. I think a primer is what
programmers really need.

I'd like to encourage everybody to review Gil's document and give feedback.

Best regards,


Gil Tayar <Gil.Tayar@webcollage.com> on 12/03/2002 06:44:30 AM

To:    "'wsrp-wsia@lists.oasis-open.org'" <wsrp-wsia@lists.oasis-open.org>
Subject:    [wsrp-wsia] Requirements from WSRP Producers and Consumers.doc

Attached is  a 0.1 version of the requirements document requested in the
Nov F2F (and which I  volunteered to write). When I started writing it, I
soon realized that a  bulleted list of all MUST, SHOULD, and CAN statements
won't really help anybody.  What I believe WSRP implementers would have
liked is a sort of a primer  document that guides them in the task of
implementing a WSRP Producer or  Consumer.

This primer  must include all the MUST/SHOULD/CAN statements (or at least
all of the MUST-s,  most of the SHOULD-s and some of the CAN-s) and thus
fulfills the original  document's goal, but must also include a description
of scenarios (or maybe use  cases?) which the implementer will come across,
and which she wishes to  understand what to do to implement.

Currently  the spec, like most specs, is difficult to fully understand
unless you  understand it (if you know what I mean :->). I believe this
document should  be a companion to the spec, much like the XML Schema spec
contains the "XML  Schema Part 0: Primer" (
http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-0/)  along with the other parts (e.g. "XML
Schema Part 1: Structures in

This  document is still in the early stages. The last scenarios need to be
described,  and in order to be more of a primer, the introduction needs to
be lengthier and  the description of the scenarios more detailed.

Tell me  what you think (and catch me on any errors),
Gil Tayar

P.S. Mike -  you wanted sample XML-s of the messages. Well, you can get
them from the  document (courtesy of XMLSPY's excellent Schema to XML

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