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[Bug 4542] [UPD] Section 2.6.1 fn:put: Remove it

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Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 19:45:12 +0000
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------- Comment #5 from mike@saxonica.com  2007-06-06 19:45 -------
If it doesn't implement fn:doc() and fn:collection() then it's not an XQuery
implementation; but any implementation does have the option of stating that in
the dynamic context, the set of available documents and the set of available
collections will always be empty. Similarly, I would expect an implementation
to be required to implement fn:put(), but permitted to reject any particular
URI that you might supply as an unrecognized URI. 

This might sound academic, but it's much easier to write interoperable
applications when you know that the function will always be available, even
though you might have to include run-time logic to cope with variations as to
what URIs are accepted as arguments.
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