Hi Caroline,

Thanks for the clarification.  As I see it TUSCANY-1297 should be
assigned to #11012.  #11004 is an issue that I feel I was able to solve
by hacking the SCA WSDL generator code.  I think Matthew may disagree
with my raised issue (looking forward to his response), but it is
entirely solvable in the PHP code.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: phpsoa@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> Behalf Of Caroline Maynard
> Sent: June 11, 2007 12:15 PM
> To: phpsoa@googlegroups.com
> Subject: [phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?
> Michael Caplan wrote:
> >
> > I'd like to petition to get Bug #11004 (WSDL Generated Does Not
> > Validate) and Request #10994 (Business Exceptions Data Returned to
> > Client) in this release.
> >
> > Judging from [EMAIL PROTECTED] (sorry not sure who
> that is) final comment on
> > #11004, I think this ticket is being confused with Request #11012
> > (Visual Studio Consumption of SCA Generated WSDL) as suggested by
> > referenced by the Tuscany ticket.  I believe #11012 should have the
> > Tuscany ticket associated.  If #11004 is being confused, I'd like to
> > raise it hear again.  The gist of #11004 is WSDL validation, and if
> > am correct about this, the fix seems to be simple, and outlined in
> the
> > ticket.
> It was me, but only from the point of view of getting that bug
> processed
> according to our standard procedure for handing off bugs to Tuscany.
> Matthew had already raised it as a Tuscany JIRA, and my "contribution"
> was to update his link from 11004 to the Tuscany defect with one that
> would be clickable from within the PECL bug tracker.
> The Tuscany issue: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-1297
> indeed the one about suppressing the xsi:type attribute, so I see what
> you mean. But I'm not sure whether the other one is also in Tuscany or
> in Matthew's WSDL generation code. I'll hope that he responds ...
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