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	Title           : Requirements for Advanced Collection
			  Functionality in WebDAV
	Author(s)	: J. Slein, J. Davis
	Filename	: draft-ietf-webdav-collection-reqts-04.txt
	Pages		: 11
	Date		: 19-Feb-99
The base WebDAV protocol [WebDAV] provides basic support for
        collections.  It defines a MKCOL method for creating collections
        and specifies how other HTTP and WebDAV methods interact with
        collections.  It supports internal members of collections, which it
        defines as members whose URIs are immediately relative to the URI
        of the collection.
        This draft sets out requirements for more advanced, optional
        collection functionality. It extends the base functionality in two
        general directions: support for referential resources, and support
        for ordered collections.  A separate WebDAV specification is
        expected to define protocol elements providing the functionality
        described here.

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