Alan Kent wrote:
> My understanding is that the WSDL file defines the single structure for
> returning records within (for SRW). There was still 1 switch left which
> was to specify the preferred form of XML (eg: Dublin Core vs MODS) for
> the record to be returned in ("record schema"). But there was no need
> for different "response schema"s in SRW.
It's clear that we all agree we don't want multiple response schemas hence there's
no need for a response schema parameter. I'm still not completely clear why we need
*any* response schema, and I do understand your point that having multiple
potential record schemas causes a problem for representing this in wsdl.
Is it the case that you simply can't do it, or is it the case that you can, but
only by using an encoding form that we didn't want to use? I suppose I could
figure out the answer if I spend a few days reviewing the voluminous discussion we
had on this, but could someone summarize please?