Re: Review of SPARQL 1.1 Uniform HTTP Protocol for Managing RDF Graphs review, rev1.56

On 10/6/10 6:25 AM, "Andy Seaborne" <> wrote:
> The use of xml:base [1] applies to the XML element it is an attribute
> of.  In XML, and Turtle, the base URI can change during parsing.
> -------------
> PUT /rdf-graphs/service/?graph=1  HTTP/1.1
> Host:
> <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
>    <rdf:RDF
>       xml:base=''
>       xmlns:rdf='...'>
>       ...
> </rdf:RDF>
> -------------
> Here, it starts as, and
> that is in-scope for determining ?graph=1. The base for the parsing of
> the XML document (the external base):
> It changes inside rdf:RDF element to
> I thing the graph to PUT to is

This is in conflict with my understanding of RFC3986 (in particular with the
highest precedent: Base URI embedded in content).  According to the chain,
the base is given by the embedded xml:base attribute first.
> The example needs a blank line as well.

I have made this change.

> [1]
> Andy


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