The Bath indexes don't need the RT (Right Truncation) version. They may
even be illegal.
We have specified that the Truncation attribute always has a value of 104
(z39.58 truncation). So, if a client wanted truncation, they'd stick a '?'
on the end of the term.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ray Denenberg [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 11:21 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: cql updates
> I've updated the cql syntax file,
> because I think it's very much out-of-date.
> The old file is still available, at:
> The new file simply removes out-of-date sections
> with a note that the section is being revised. If
> anyone want to review or suggest updated text for
> these section, please do!
> I've constructed a cql query in the soap example
> based on bath and dc prefixes.
> And I've put up the draft bath prefixes at:
> I'm going to post a message on this to the Bath
> If anyone sees any problems and would like to
> correct any of this, or contribute additional
> prose or examples, please do!