Mike Taylor wrote:
> If the client wants the server to re-execute the search, then it
> should re-send the query. Referring to an existing result set _must_
> mean that the client want to ... refer to the existing result set!
I'm uneasy about distinguishing the special case where the query consists
solely of the resultSetId to mean "don't execute this, it's a present
request". If that's what we want it to mean the protocol should say so. Or
(re-)consider an explicit result set parameter. There's not much difference
(2) RS1 AND "cat"
but if you send (2), and in particular, if you specify zero records, the
server will likely execute the query, even re-execute it (if it has already
recently executed that query). So it doesn't seem so outrageous an idea
that a server might interpret a request with zero records specified to mean
execute the query.