Throw out the indexes and we could just use PQN!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Sanderson [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 8:51 AM
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> Subject: Re: Betr.: Re: result set model for srw
> > >bla.cgi?set1=bib1&index1=title&field1=war+and+peace&bool1=and&...
> > As soon as queries get complicated you need postfix in your example.
> > Apart from that the number of name/value pairs will tend to
> get out of hand.
> > In practice it is much simpler to work with a string. I
> would stick with
> > CQL.
> Fair enough.
> So the XML representation should be resolvable easily into
> the equivalent
> string, probably by just stripping out all of the tags, putting a dot
> between set and index and quotes around the field. Then
> SRW/SRU are still
> compatable, but SRW implementers get the bonus of being able to use
> existing XML tools to parse out the query.
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