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[Bug 7376] Expand extensions to Built-in Function Library

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--- Comment #3 from Justin Johansson <procode@adam.com.au>  2009-09-01 18:25:28 ---
Who mentioned HTTP?  "REST" is an architectural style.
See Chapter 5
http://www.ics.uci.edu/~fielding/pubs/dissertation/top.htm

The issue is about fn:put being but just one member of a potential wider set of
related functions.

"This function is normally invoked to create a resource on an external storage
system such as a file system or a database."

It's not unreasonable to expect to be able to add data to the resource, delete,
rename it, manipulate its metadata etc.

Of course "REST" is itself just but one member of a potential wider set of
architectural styles.


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