> > 4. Sorting existing resultsets is OK for me. Does the server return a
> > new resultsetid after sorting, keeping the previous resulset available
> > under is old name?
> Same question I had. There are three possibilities: (1) new set, discard
> old; (2) new set, keep old; (3) no new set (re-write old set). Should
> the protocol specify this behavior or leave it to the server?
Does this need to be set out in the protocol?
If the server returns the old resultset name then the set has been
If the server returns a new resultset name then it is a new set.
As TTL is a hint, then there's no correct answer as to whether the server
should discard the old resultset or not. It can do either perfectly
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