3 Protocol Details

The client side of this protocol is simply a pass-through. That is, no additional timers or other state is required on the client side of this protocol. Calls made by the higher-layer protocol or application are passed directly to the transport, and the results that are returned by the transport are passed directly back to the higher-layer protocol or application.

In the following sections, the schema definition might differ from the processing rules imposed by the protocol. The WSDL in this specification provides a base description of the protocol. The schema in this specification provides a base description of the message syntax. The text that specifies the WSDL and schema might specify restrictions that reflect actual protocol behavior. For example, the schema definition might allow for an element to be empty, null, or not present but the behavior of the protocol as specified restricts the same elements to being non-empty, not null, or present.

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