On Tue, 16 Dec 2003, Mike Taylor wrote:
> > From: Robert Sanderson <[log in to unmask]>
> > We thus also need a 'profiles' section in the documentation.
> Yes. Just as the Z39.50 Maintenance Agency has separate lists of
> attribute sets and profiles.
Which I've now added, along with an example of an extension and changed
all the links to have only lower case (so we don't need to go through and
check them again once Ray has put them in loc.gov webspace)
Profiles listed are Bath, ZThes and my new CCG profile (to get rid of
ccg.name, ccg.type and ccg.anywhere)
1. The WSDL (Matthew!)
2. A decision on how to handle unknown operations
I think everything is ready to port over to the LC site. Let me know if
you find anything missing/incorrect!
> > Something you weren't to know, but I'm going to migrate all my SRW
> > stuff into srw.cheshire3.org for 1.1 (as o-r-g
> Well, srw.o-r-g.org seems fine to me -- everyone reads the little-end
> first, right? Still, if you want to move the documentation, that's
> your prerogative. However --
> You ought to think long and hard before changing the URI of an
> established object such as the Record Metadata context set. This is
I did. And if we weren't throwing away 1.0, I wouldn't do it.
Also, if we weren't also changing the name of the base context set (from
SRW to CQL) then I'd consider not bothering either, but -everyone- will
need to update this sort of thing, so it's the best (only) time to change
See also the renaming of DC thread last week.
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