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>Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 13:45:23 -0700
>From: Jim Hughes <jfh@fs.fujitsu.com>
>Subject: Re: discussion priorities
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>At 02:11 PM 8/23/00 -0400, Henry Lowe wrote:
>>2. if you don't have ebXML routing (and, as David Webber was
>>    suggesting, left routing to the network), IMHO, you don't need
>>    the type of RM Fujitsu is proposing as there are loads of
>>    protocols out there that already have it (why re-invent it,
>>    unless, of course, you need it for the end-to-end guarantee
>>    over multi-hop routes managed by ebXML Messaging Service).
>No, that's not the point for RM. It's provided so that a BP has *at least 
>one* "reliable" method of communicating with a partner. If you change the 
>requirement to say that reliability can be provided if the right transport 
>is chosen, then of course there is no need for further mechanisms. It has 
>nothing to do with multi-node paths.
>I continue to see confusion about the requirements and definitions of 
>terms in the requirements. We will be better served by making sure 
>adjustments/improvements to the requirements are made before getting too 
>enmeshed in the spec that responds to the requirements. Or, at least when 
>points are raised as we review the draft spec, we should be fixing the 
>requirements first... IMHO...

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