[OGSA-BES-WG] BES schema/wsdl
Peter G. Lane
lane at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Oct 26 09:20:24 CDT 2006
Vivian Li wrote:
> Its only a matter of convention, and, it surly make life easier when
> talking about debug the tooling, (of course you can say this is out of
> the scope for now), but for the long run, it is a better practice, and
> the modification - only a cut/paste job.
I don't see how it makes debugging tooling easier. I also haven't seen a compelling argument to be
able to say it is inherently a better practice. But as I said, if it's a trend that the working
group wants to follow, fine. Regardless, until I see a convincing argument to the contrary, I'm
sticking with my belief that it's better from an organizational point of view (think object
oriented) to encapsulate in the WSDL document the set of schema types and elements that have no
relevance outside of that WSDL.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Peter G. Lane [mailto:lane at mcs.anl.gov]
>> Sent: 24 October 2006 16:55
>> To: Vivian Li
>> Cc: ogsa-bes-wg at ogf.org
>> Subject: Re: BES schema/wsdl
>> I argued against this, actually, because the types that are in the
>> don't have any applicability
>> outside of the WSDL. That said, if the rest of the group thinks that
>> convention is enough to
>> overlook that, I'm not going to complain. We're trying to avoid large
>> changes like this so we can
>> release the spec for public review, so my vote would still be to leave
>> alone regardless.
>> Vivian Li wrote:
>>> Another suggestion while browsing the BES schema/wsdl, it might be
>>> easier to maintain if the data types in the schema and the wsdl are
>>> separated completely, e.g. move the "Message Types" in the schema
>>> section from the wsdl to the schema file, it has been kind of
>>> in all the other WGs.
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