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Re: A proposal for Advanced Collection binding semantics

From: <ccjason@us.ibm.com>
Date: Sat, 1 May 1999 14:04:24 -0400
To: w3c-dist-auth@w3.org
Message-ID: <85256764.00637908.00@D51MTA07.pok.ibm.com>


> But the inverse does not hold, namely, the fact that the server maps
> two URL's to the same resource doesn *not* imply that this resource
> must be an internal member of an advanced collection, *nor* does it
> imply that there must be two bindings to that resource.  For example,
> if the server maps http://host/todays-weather.html to the same
> resource as http://host/5-1-1999-weather.html, this does not imply
> that http://host is an advanced collection, nor that there are two
> bindings to this resource.

G, this paragraph leaves me scratching my head a bit.  I can't deny that
what you've just said is true, but an example in the proposal (if it can be
kept short) would be valuable.   Just something to remind us when/why this
can be said.  The item that makes me scratch my head the most is the
comment about http://host not being an advanced collection.  If I can
associate that with a concrete example, it would be better integrated in my
understanding.
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