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From: Bernard Chester <BernardC@saros.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 20:08:30 -0800
Message-Id: <96Nov11.200425pst.79367-2@firewall.saros.com>
To: "'w3c-dist-auth@w3.org'" <w3c-dist-auth@w3.org>
>Yaron:
>
>Don't tell me to read the document.  It should be obvious that I read
>it
>and was confused. 
>I seek clarification. I've been involved with document management
>products for 8 years, but I'm not a 'web-head'.
>
>I see that there is something in the way you define Locks that I don't
>get.  There is probably some
>sideband information from your past meetings that isn't in your spec.
>
>Are they the equivalent of File System open flags?  Are they
>semaphores?
> How would I have sharable write
>and permit read without presenting bad data to the reader?  Why does it
>make sense to grant a write lock and
>yet not be indicating an intent to change the resource?
>
>It looks like I can lock a whole document (attribs and content) or some
>section of the content, but not attributes alone. Is this true? If so,
>why?
>
>Thanks
>Bernard Chester
>Saros / FileNet
>bernardc@saros.com
>
Received on Monday, 11 November 1996 23:06:00 GMT

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