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1 © 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum Michel Drescher, FujitsuOGF-20, Manchester, UK Andreas Savva, FujitsuOGF-21, Seattle, US (update) Extending JSDL 1.0 with XQuery capabilities: Introduction

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3 © 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum 3 Motivation JSDL 1.0 is self-sufficient Own information model Own requirements model JSDL 1.0 has well-known limitations Structure Need to make better distinction between Job Description and Job Requirements Resource requirements expressions are ok for simple cases but not flexible enough Ranges are interesting –What does 2.0 mean? Make leveraging emerging resource (a.k.a container) modeling work easier Separation of the Information Model

4 © 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum 4 Proposed solution Two documents A job description A resource description Goals Does the job meet the resources requirements? Does the resource meet the jobs requirements?

5 © 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum 5 Proposed extension Use external (resource) information model Currently in work in OGSA-WG Define new requirements extension Container for XQuery expressions In place of jsdl:Resources element Complementary check (Job capabilities) Left for JSDL 2.0

6 © 2006, 2007 Open Grid Forum 6 Structure comparison (pseudo) ? * * And ? Other (Application) extensions JobRequirements extension to encapsulate XQuery fragment ? Your XQuery here ? * And etc. Also Dependencies and … JSDL 1.xJSDL 2.x

7 © 2007 Open Grid Forum 7 Job Requirements specification use cases: List of requirements jsdl 1.0 jsdl extension for and only requirements or requirements: A or B preferences: For example, RedHat over any Linux weighting: optionality: We are not saying JSDL-WG will do all the above; just to place in context what the group will do

8 © 2007 Open Grid Forum 8 Job Requirements specification use cases: (re-ordered) Things to do (eventually) jsdl 1.0 (done) First draft is jsdl extension for and only requirements Baseline for the XQuery extension Functionally the same as jsdl:Resources or requirements: A or B Later version or further extension optionality: Not in scope of JSDL-WG preferences: For example, RedHat over any Linux weighting:

9 © 2007 Open Grid Forum 9 XQuery JSDL extension for and / or only requirements (notes) Define a new element jsdl:JobRequirements Specify if it appears it MUST appear in jsdl:JobDefinition at the same level as jsdl:JobDescription Specify that if it appears jsdl:Resources SHOULD not appear Is this just XPath 2.0? Maybe (probably a subset of) Also getting some additional operators, e.g, not Need a test case to determine whether XPath or XQuery Is yes/no sufficient or also selection So XQuery Need a resource information model GLUE 2.0 Specify how to allow or use other information models Things to be careful Namespaces Make it a target that it should be possible to translate to jsdl:Resources and also to Condor, RSL, etc? ACTIONS: Ask about existing work for mapping XQuery to RSL or … (Steve) Is this the right approach or should we be looking at other approaches? (Group- think; come back with some argument on next call) Is yes/no sufficient for practical resource mapping or is also selection needed? (Donal)


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