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Subject: RE: [wss] WSS-SOAPMessageSecurity-11-0303 Schema

Good catch... here is a revised version fixing this problem:

-----Original Message-----
From: ronald monzillo [mailto:ronald.monzillo@sun.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2003 7:45 AM
To: Anthony Nadalin
Cc: 'Web Services Security'

There appears to be a trivial error in the schema.

<xsd:attribute ref="wsee:Usage"/>

should be

<xsd:attribute ref="wsse:Usage"/>

Also, I was looking at the various uses of the wsu:id attribute, and
it seems that in some cases we say this attibute is "An optional string 
label for this element." while in others we says things like "A string 
label for this security token reference." The latter seems to apply by 
difference that in the case of the STR element and others, this 
attribute is not optional. Some of the discussion on transforms last 
week, was predicated on an ability to always reference an STR, whcih had

me thinkingthat this attribute could not be optional. I guess it could 
be optional, although when used to support a transform, it must be 
present. Anyway, we need to make sure that it is clear (in the 
non-schema) presentation of these types in the doc, when things are 

<xsd:attribute ref="wsu:Id"/>

On the new EmbeddedType; this is basically an encapsultion of something 
to qualify it as a security token, and as such should be called 
something like a (encpsulated)SecurityTokenType. Doing so would
sustain use of this type in other than "embedded" in an STR ways.


Anthony Nadalin wrote:
> Here is the schema that matches draft 11 of WSS-SOAPMessageSecurity.
> (See attached file: secext.xsd)
> Anthony Nadalin | work 512.436.9568 | cell 512.289.4122

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