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Subject: re Difference between CPP-CPA spec and BP Spec


Could we discuss the consequences of the "root" designation described below
in one of our next two metamodel calls?    Jamie

> From: "Sharma, Nita" <nsharma@netfish.com>
> Subj: Difference between CPP-CPA specification and BP Specification schema
* * *
> in the latest CPP-CPA specification Ver 9.41 line 723-745 says the following
>
> 7.4.5 Role element
> The REQUIRED Role element identifies which role in the Process Specification
> the Party is capable of supporting via the ServiceBinding element(s)
> siblings within this CollaborationRole element.
> * * *
>7.4.5.1 name attribute
>The REQUIRED name attribute is a string that gives a name to the Role. Its
>value is taken from one of the following sources in the Process
>Specification[ebBPSS] that is referenced by the ProcessSpecification element
>depending upon which element is the "root" (highest order) of the process
>referenced:
>	initiator attribute of the binary-collaboration element,
>	responder attribute of the binary-collaboration element,
>	from attribute of the business-transaction-activity element,
>	to attribute of the business-transaction-activity element,
>	from attribute of the collaboration-activity element,
>	to attribute of the collaboration-activity element,
>	name attribute of the business-partner-role element.
> <Nita>
> this requires to reflect the current [BPSS] attribute names. Moreover it
> implies that binary-collaboration may or may not be the root of a process.
> BP folks, is that so? 
> </Nita>


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