Thanks alot, Ralph. I've put up the example request (haven't looked at the
response yet) and a link to it, and maybe this will force us all to get down
I have a few questions.
The basic request (i.e. srw parameters) roughly consists of:
1. Where are the "v"s defined?
2. Can we stick in an example that better illustrates the cql funtionality,
than just "nuclear"? Can someone supply one (or else I'll make one up!)
3. I suppose v4 is supposed to be the responseSchema, which is left blank to
indicate the default, rs1, I assume. Did we agree to retain this parameter?
Did we agree that there would be a response schema as opposed to a wsdl
definition? Could someone summarize what we decided?
4. I assume that v5 is supposed to be the record schema. Is it left blank
because we don't know it's form, to let the server decide, or to indicate
default (and if so what is the default?)
> Ray, look in http://staff.oclc.org/~levan/docs/SRW-LITA_Presentation.ppt.
> There is an example of a request and response in the slides. The response
> slide has elipsis to indicate where the database record would go and that
> record in on the next slide.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Ray Denenberg [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> > Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 11:07 AM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: srw instances
> > Could someone please send me xml records,
> > instances of srw requests and responses, including
> > the soap envelopes. I'd like to put some up as
> > examples, on the web site here. Thanks. --Ray