Re: [URN] HTTP resolution protocol

Thus spoke Fisher Mark (at least at 12:34 PM 11/4/96 EST)

>>I will add some words to the effect that the resolver MAY restrict
>>the resources returned to those that match the Accept: header.
>This is inconsistent with the latest HTTP 1.1 draft section 14.1, "Accept":
>     If an Accept header field is present, and if
>     the server cannot send a response which is acceptable according to the
>     combined Accept field value, then the server SHOULD send a 406 (not
>     acceptable) response.
>IMHO, HTTP URN resolvers should follow HTTP 1.1 on use of "Accept:".

OK, I will add words to the effect that the resolver SHOULD
restrict the resources returned to those in the Accept: header.

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Received on Monday, 4 November 1996 14:00:41 UTC