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2004/ws/addressing ws-addr-soap.xml,1.101,1.102

Philippe Le Hegaret via cvs-syncmail

Update of /sources/public/2004/ws/addressing
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv22402

Modified Files:
        ws-addr-soap.xml
Log Message:
Incorporated the resolution of CR8 by rephrasing the requirements on the SOAPAction HTTP header for SOAP 1.1.

Index: ws-addr-soap.xml
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RCS file: /sources/public/2004/ws/addressing/ws-addr-soap.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.101
retrieving revision 1.102
diff -C2 -d -r1.101 -r1.102
*** ws-addr-soap.xml 6 Nov 2005 12:30:53 -0000 1.101
--- ws-addr-soap.xml 6 Nov 2005 12:48:19 -0000 1.102
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*** 40,43 ****
--- 40,47 ----
          <affiliation>Sun Microsystems, Inc</affiliation>
        </author>
+       <author>
+         <name>Tony Rogers</name>
+         <affiliation>Computer Associates International, Inc</affiliation>
+       </author>    
      </authlist>
      <abstract>
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*** 417,426 ****
              <def>
                <p>Use of the SOAPAction HTTP header is required when using the SOAP 1.1 HTTP binding.
!                 The value of the SOAPAction HTTP header MUST either be identical to the value of the
!                 wsa:Action header, or be empty. The latter case supports the ability to obscure the
!                 wsa:Action header through SOAP-level security mechanisms, without requiring
!                 otherwise unnecessary transport-level security. Failure to have an identical value,
!                 or an empty value for SOAPAction, results in an Invalid Message Addressing Property
!                 fault (see <specref ref="invalidmapfault"/>).</p>
              </def>
            </gitem>
--- 421,430 ----
              <def>
                <p>Use of the SOAPAction HTTP header is required when using the SOAP 1.1 HTTP binding.
!                 The value of the SOAPAction HTTP header MUST either be the value of the wsa:Action
!                 header enclosed in quotation marks, or the empty value "". The latter case supports
!                 the ability to obscure the wsa:Action header through SOAP-level security mechanisms,
!                 without requiring otherwise unnecessary transport-level security. Any other value
!                 for SOAPAction results in an Invalid Message Addressing Property fault (see <specref
!                   ref="invalidmapfault"/>).</p>
              </def>
            </gitem>