Tuesday, February 27, 2007


This just got pointed out to me through the minutes of the first day at the W3C workshop onWeb of Services. I must have missed this stirling move on the part of the TAG. I've mentioned before about sessions and Web Services and how WS-Addressing is not the right way of doing this, but WS-Context is better. Of course it's no surprise to see that contributions to this TAG effort are from heavy WS-Addressing users, but us WS-Context supporters need to be more pro-active.

1 comment:

Mark Little said...

This is not to say that WS-Addressing and WS-Context can't be used together: they can and they are. What I'm pushing for us "using the right tool for the right job". Let's use WS-A for addressing and routing of messages, and WS-Context for session and state management.