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Comments for Document: OGSA® ByteIO Implementations – Experiences Document
|Author(s):||N. Chue Hong, M. Drescher, A. Krause, M. S. Memon, M. Morgan|
|Public Comment End:||28 Nov, 2008|
Question: Concerning UVa's comments (and others), what would be a possible future route to take to avoid the complexities of WS-Addressing/WSDL/XSD? Should some formal feedback be provided to the respective OGF/W3C working groups or perhaps would using REST based services as an alternative be less complicated?
Nit-noids: Minor - Inconsistent capitalization of Interoperability Fiesta. One reference to WS-RF vice WSRF.