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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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To: dawg mailing list <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>


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  

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  
- 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  
- 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 SELECT with internationalization (incomplete)
- added SELECT with queryHttpPost between and XML input
- changed old SOAP namespace in the SOAP example

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