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<trackbot> Date: 14 September 2010
<scribe> Scribe: Mark
Minutes approved without comment
Agenda reviewed - no modifications suggested
Eric: No progress on actions
Derek: Issues raised for action 208
<trackbot> ACTION-208 Raise two formal issues for the soapAction and targetService faults closed
Mark: Action 209 finished
<trackbot> ACTION-209 Apply the proposal for issue 61 closed
Eric: 2 new issues raised
Derek: Outlines the proposal for a new fault if target service not specified
agree to open the new issue
... The proposed resolution is accepted
Derek: Outlines the proposal for a new fault if soapAction is not specified
Mark: Prefer option 2 - but needs capitalised RFC2119 'MAY' keyword
Peter: +1 for option 2
Eric: First half of spec. is
designed so that it does not have dependencies on WSDL so the
mention of the WSDL feels too narrow
... May be better just to say that fault May be thrown if the Provider requires it
e.g. "Fault subcode missingSoapAction MAY be used if SOAPJMS_soapAction does not appear and the provider requires it"
Derek: Ok with this
Mark: Me too !
Derek: Suggest being more generic: "Fault subcode missingSoapAction can be used if SOAPJMS_soapAction does not appear"
Eric: ""Fault subcode missingSoapAction MAY be used if SOAPJMS_soapAction does not appear"
agree to open issue 63
... The resolution is accepted with the proposal updated wth the latest text from Eric as above
Mark: Samples now made consistent with WSDL
"application/xop+xml"; charset=utf-8; type="text/xml"
... Should the Content-Type be text/xml
<scribe> ACTION: Mark to check to XOP examples to validate this [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/09/14-soap-jms-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-210 - Check to XOP examples to validate this [on Mark Phillips - due 2010-09-21].
proposal for ISSUE-61 is accepted
... The application of the proposal for ISSUE-61 is accepted as written
action Mark to apply the proposals for Issues 62 and 63
<trackbot> Created ACTION-211 - Apply the proposals for Issues 62 and 63 [on Mark Phillips - due 2010-09-21].
Eric: Primary tasks are to
document the issues we closed and verify that raisers are happy
with the resolutions
... and to list the differences
... We should be ready to move to CR once Issues 63 & 63 are applied
... Tool called pubrules can be used to check document
<scribe> ACTION: Eric to begin the CR process by modifying the spec. to reflect the candidate status etc. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/09/14-soap-jms-minutes.html#action02]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-212 - Begin the CR process by modifying the spec. to reflect the candidate status etc. [on Eric Johnson - due 2010-09-21].
Mark: Should 'Uses' in this sentence "Uses of this scheme need to establish the necessary shared context parts as just enumerated" be Users?
Mark: Section 4 on case-sensitivity looks good
RESOLUTION: Group agree that URI spec is ready to be resubmitted
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