> > Also, special terms for beginning and end of the list would be very
> > useful for the request. This would mean that you could say 'give me
> > the first/last 10 entries' rather than having to find out with trial
> > and error what the first/last positions are.
> I don't like it being a special term. A special parameter would be better.
So something like:
?searchClause= dc.title exact ""
And any non empty term given in the clause is ... ignored? an error?
> > Consider the implications of the following in a scanRequest:
> > searchClause='srw.resultSetName=rset1'
> Not all indexes are scannable. My record numbers usually aren't. The same
> would be true of the resultSetName index. We'll need a diagnostic to say
So meaningless and all servers will return the diagnostic for 'Scan not
available for requested index'? (I think so, though generating a list of
result sets is cute)
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