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Subject: Re: [wsrp] Groups - wsrp-specification-1.0-draft-0.94.doc uploaded

That is what I was trying (obviously badly) to say. The ID type correction came up AFTER v0.94 was posted.

Rich Thompson

"Richard Jacob" <richard.jacob@de.ibm.com>

04/17/2003 05:00 AM

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        Subject:        Re: [wsrp] Groups - wsrp-specification-1.0-draft-0.94.doc uploaded

Sorry to intervene, Rich.

Are you sure the ID type change made it into 0.94?
Currently section 5.1.4 says:
"IDs are used to refer to something, but are unlikely to be used as keys.
As a result the length restriction is relaxed to 4096 characters. We
STRONGLY RECOMMEND these characters be chosen from the first 127 characters
of the Unicode character set, so that the length is no longer than 255
characters regardless of whether it is represented in Unicode, ASCII or a

My assumption was that 0.94 is the version which fixed various like you say
editor errors but the ID type remark came in *after* the release of 0.94.

Mit freundlichen Gruessen / best regards,

       Richard Jacob
IBM Lab Boeblingen, Germany
Dept.8288, WebSphere Portal Server Development
Phone: ++49 7031 16-3469  -  Fax: ++49 7031 16-4888
Email: mailto:richard.jacob@de.ibm.com

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This reflects "editor errors" that people brought up in the first week of
reviewing v0.93. The one that has been brought up since is that the
discussion of the ID type incorrectly states the limit is 255 characters.
The WSDL has also had a set of minor corrections and a diff will be
required to decipher the changes.

Rich Thompson

  Michael Freedman                                                      
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Can someone clarify what this is?  Is this an updated version of .94
containing changes agreed on from last Thursday's meeting?  Is it safe
to assume that change bars indicate a delta from April 4th?  I haven't
looked at the WSDL files yet ... do they differ?  If so how do I figure
out what has changed?  Are the details captured in a comment or do I
need to do a diff?

richard.jacob@de.ibm.com wrote:

>The document revision wsrp-specification-1.0-draft-0.94.doc has been
submitted by Richard Jacob (richard.jacob@de.ibm.com) to the Web Services
Remote Portal TC document repository.
>This document is revision #2 of wsrp-specification-1.0-draft-0.92.doc.
>Document Description:
>WSRP specification dated 04/10/2003.
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