Talk:Web Service Choreography

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Bad merge[edit]

This article was merged with the WS-CDL article (which currently is a redirect to here). There is a suggestion to merge this article with the Service choreography article. I agree with the Service choreography merge, but strongly disagree with the WS-CDL merge. Web Service Choreography is an abstract concept (and so it is Service Choreography). However, WS-CDL is sort of a programming language intended to be used to develop Web Service Choreographies (and a guy told me that it was abandoned, but I still did not found references for this), it is not part of the abstract concept. Does someone opposes with an un-merge of WS-CDL? Does someone opposes the merge with Service Choreography? Victorwss (talk) 12:46, 2 September 2012 (UTC)