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Re: comments on draft-dracinschi-opes-callout-requirements-00.txt
On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 10:50:36PM -0700, The Purple Streak (Hilarie Orman) wrote:
> >If I want a callout server to execute a specific service on a
> >certain message, I need a way to tell the callout server which
> >service to execute (i.e. I need to indicate the specific service
> >to be executed in an unequivocal way). That's what the paragraph
> >meant to be about.
> Then this is in the context of an intermediary to callout server
> request or initialization of some kind. Still, local translation
> tables seem perfectly suitable, unless there are unexpressed
> requirements for both a global naming scheme and some kind of
> service discovery on the global names.
Perhaps URIs could be used; one to identify the service type (but not
locate an instance of it), one to locate an instance. This is similar
to the problem of identifying and locating a Web Service with SOAP.