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Comments for Document: WS-DAI and WS-DAIR Implementations - Experimental Document
Author(s):S. Lynden, M. Antonioletti, M. Jackson, S. Ahn
Type:EXP
Area:Data
Group:DAIS-WG
Public Comment End:30 Oct, 2009

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Posted by: kojima 2009-10-15 16:37:51excellent work
I think this is a very good report. Especially, proposing to modify DataResourceType to EPR will be very useful for other implementers.



Posted by: etheocha 2009-10-30 13:06:32Very good effort
I think it is a very good attempt towards the WS-DAIR interoperability. Specifying an explicit binding is very good. A couple of more specific comments
on the test scenario:
-In case of GetSQLResponseItem, maybe it should be clarified that the items are supposed to return in order, i.e. first rowsets, then update counts, etc
-In case of GetTuples, the AccessMode will give an error if already the required rows have been accessed. It was not clear how this condition would be produced on the test.

Finally, without knowing the details of the AMGA implementation, is consistency expected with the OGSA-DAI one in the case that an SQLResponse is destroyed and consequently all the child SQLRowsets are destroyed as well?

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