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Re: PROPPATCH Error minimization

From: Tim Ellison OTT <Tim_Ellison@oti.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 09:34:48 -0400
To: ccjason@us.ibm.com (ccjason), w3c-dist-auth@w3.org (w3c-dist-auth)
Message-ID: <1999Oct12.093200.1250.1348966@otismtp.ott.oti.com>

I'll cast my vote against error minimization for the same reasons that Bill 
describes below.

Tim
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>From: WJCarpenter
>To: w3c-dist-auth
>Subject: Re: PROPPATCH Error minimization
>Date: Monday, October 11, 1999 2:14PM
>
>gs> Stripping the response down to just a "200 OK" from a multistatus
>gs> would be a Serious Pain.
>
>I thought we weren't talking about a mandatory conversion.  I can see
>how doing that could be tricky for some server set-ups.  However, I
>don't think this specific case would be much trouble for client
>implementors.  (It doesn't really simplify anything either, since the
>client has to be prepared for the non-simplified case anyhow.)
>--
>bill@carpenter.ORG   (WJCarpenter)           PGP
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