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Re: Sort criteria in Search Request

From: Mike Taylor <mike@tecc.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 14:55:17 +0100
To: adam@indexdata.dk
CC: ian.ibbotson@k-int.com, www-zig@w3.org
Message-Id: <E15iyrl-00041V-00@fw-smtp.tecc.co.uk>
> Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 14:07:20 +0200
> From: Adam Dickmeiss <adam@indexdata.dk>
> 
> > For example, when you get a search request, do nothing but
> > remember what the request was, and return a "success" indicator.
> > You need only actually submit the SQL query when the user either
> > (A) sorts the result set (in which case you can include the ORDER
> > BY clause) or (B) presents some records, in which case that's a
> > great moment to actually do the search.
> 
> Well, you need to return a resultCount immediately. And that require
> some work to be carried out..

Yup, I was talking nonsense.  Please disregard my stupid suggestion!

Sorry.

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