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protocol draft updated

From: Kendall Clark <kendall@monkeyfist.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 15:49:57 -0500
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Folks,

Please find

$Revision: 1.90 $ of $Date: 2006/01/11 20:45:11 $.

of <http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/DataAccess/proto-wd/>.

1.90 is close to being a LC candidate. Still left to complete or  
integrate:

1. fix the kanji example results (I've asked for EricP's help with this)
2. integrate policy changes from Team once they send them to me
3. finish working through Karl Dubost's Q&A requests

(Though note that re: (3), the biggie was the lack of conformance  
language, about which more below)

Notable changes since 1.89:

- added a conformance section (4. Conformance) (per Q&A review)
- conformance section includes statement of which parts of the doc  
are normative or informative
- added a bit about who might be interested in this spec (per Q&A  
review)
- changed excerpt formatting a bit for legibility
- synched language with WSDL changes (mostly this involves changes to  
the HTTP bindings section)
- tightened the distinction between SPARQL Protocol (the wsdl, xsd,  
and for-humans spec) and SPARQL Protocol for RDF (the for-humans spec)
- changed the language of QueryRequestRefused: must is now should and  
there's an explicit statement that HTTP status codes and headers can  
be returned irrespective of the two WSDL faults defined by SPARQL  
Protocol
- changed fault-details should be returned to must be returned to  
help distinguish in the 400 and 500 cases between HTTP status codes  
and WSDL faults
- added an informative note about serialization constraints
- added 2.2.1.12 SELECT with internationalization (incomplete)
- added 2.2.1.13 SELECT with queryHttpPost between and XML input
- changed old SOAP namespace in the SOAP example

Cheers,
Kendall
Received on Wednesday, 11 January 2006 20:50:06 GMT

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