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From: Kirmse, Daniel <daniel.kirmse@sap.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 15:58:45 +0100
Message-ID: <59357A260E15D311B5A60008C75D3530068B472F@dbwdfx13.wdf.sap-ag.de>
To: "Ietf-Dav-Versioning (E-mail)" <ietf-dav-versioning@w3.org>
"copy" wasn't ment as COPY but as "structured equally". Well I understand
that there are only VCR and collections needed to identify VCR's. Any other
stuff is not under version-control and therefore irrelevant for baselining.

O.k., using my example again the baseline-collection contains members:

/src (Collection)
/src/source.c (VCR)

The prefix /DEV must be left out because the uri must be relative to the VCC
root and that is /DEV. right?

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Clemm, Geoff [mailto:gclemm@rational.com]
>Sent: Montag, 17. Dezember 2001 14:05
>To: Ietf-Dav-Versioning (E-mail)
>   From: Kirmse, Daniel [mailto:daniel.kirmse@sap.com]
>   I don't think I've got an understanding of what this means:
>    12.3.1 DAV:baseline-collection (protected)
>    This property contains a server-defined URL for a collection, where
>    each member of this collection MUST either be a version-controlled
>    resource with the same DAV:checked-in version and relative name as
>    a version-controlled member of the baseline-controlled collection
>    at the time the baseline was created, or be a collection needed to
>    provide the relative name for a version-controlled resource.
>   Suppose a collection /DEV under basline-control. This collection
>   has a member collection /src and the latter has a member
>   source.c. Is it right to undersatnd it that way that the
>   baseline-collection property of a baseline of the VCC tracking /DEV
>   contains a copy of the tree rooted of /DEV (except for those
>   memebers tracked by another VCC) at the moment the snapshot was
>   done?
>   Well was this sentence really more understandable than the 
>The problem with that sentence is that the only definition we have of
>the term "copy" is "the result of a COPY request", and this would not
>correctly characterize the baseline-collection.  A "copy" of a
>baseline-controlled collection (as produced by a COPY request) does
>not necessarily create a tree of version-controlled resources, but
>does whatever a PUT/MKCOL would do at that destination, which usually
>is to create non-version-controlled resources.  In addition, a COPY
>would copy both the version-controlled and non-version-controlled
>members of the baseline-controlled collection, while a
>baseline-collection only contains the version-controlled members, as
>well as any collections needed to identify version-controlled members.
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