On Thu, Dec 18, 2003 at 11:12:49AM +0000, Mike Taylor wrote:
> > I would have said yes - a CQL version defines the context set
> > version.
> I am uncomfortable about this special-casing, and I don't see how it's
> necessary. At the moment this is just _one_ special case defined in
> CQL, and that is that unqualified relations and modifiers are taken
> from the set whose prefix is "cql" rather than from the currrently
> prevailing set used for indexes.
Don't forget about result set references too (cannot remember syntax,
but it was something like cql.resultsetid=...). This has special
semantics tied to CQL (I would have thought).
ps: Merry Christmas everyone - I'm off on leave for a while.