Re: Relationship between BIND and RFC 3253

> But wrt point 2, RFC3243 does provide a way to reinstate a version  
> history, by specifying a Version in the body of a VERSION-CONTROL  
> request.  Also note that a BIND request would not provide a way to  
> reinstate a version history, because reinstating a version history  
> is done by creating a new version-controlled resource whose VERSION- 
> HISTORY property identifies that version history (and this cannot be  
> done via a BIND operation).

In RFC 3253 I find in section 14.8 that you can indeed reinstate the  
history of a collection in this way, but I can't find anything like  
that for
resources that are not collections.

I see no evidence for the statement that a new version-controlled  
should be created for reinstating a version history. This seems to be  
happens when the VERSION-CONTROL method is used, but that is not the  

The usage of BIND I propose is semantically equivalent to an addition to
the version-controlled-binding-set property of the parent collection  
of the
request URI.

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Received on Tuesday, 19 August 2008 08:23:58 UTC