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[Bug 4584] Clarify how lax mode and ignorable assertions affect the intersection algorithm

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Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 11:19:03 +0000
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------- Comment #1 from sergey.beryozkin@iona.com  2007-05-25 11:19 -------
If the requester initiates the intersection and it has ignorable assertions
then if those assertions are truly ignorable, that is, the requester has not
marked them as ignorable by mistake, then it might be harmless for suchs
assertions be included in the post-intersection policy even though no match has
been found during the intersection. 
The value of it is unclear though so it all needs to be clarified. It's not
clear why the assertion which the requester has marked as ignorable (thus
presumably telling about the nature of such an assertion to the consumers of
this requester's policy) is still in the intersected policy even though no
match is there. 
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