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Support for WS-Man Spec 1.2.0 binary attachments (Section 13.5) #61

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raveendrapadala opened this Issue Apr 17, 2015 · 3 comments

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raveendrapadala commented Apr 17, 2015

Hi Klaus,

What is the plan of supporting WSMan specification 1.2.0 and supporting binary attachment transfer as defined in Section 13.5

Thank you.

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kkaempf Apr 22, 2015

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Let me check section 13.5 on how complex this might be.

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kkaempf commented Apr 22, 2015

Let me check section 13.5 on how complex this might be.

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Hmm, this might not be complex code-wise but needs full understanding of the SOAP MTOM standard.

@raveendrapadala: Any proposal how to test it ?

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kkaempf commented Apr 22, 2015

Hmm, this might not be complex code-wise but needs full understanding of the SOAP MTOM standard.

@raveendrapadala: Any proposal how to test it ?

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raveendrapadala Apr 30, 2015

Klaus,
Let me look in to the SOAP MTOM Standard and get back to you with detailed test plan. Mostly we are looking for custom actions (methods).

raveendrapadala commented Apr 30, 2015

Klaus,
Let me look in to the SOAP MTOM Standard and get back to you with detailed test plan. Mostly we are looking for custom actions (methods).

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