> > My preference would be to have a mandated CQL version for every SRW
> > version.
> Sounds good, but let's be clear about what we mean by mandated.
> 1.What defines the srw version in use? Remember, the version parameter for
> srw doesn't say what version is being used, it says what version the client
> wants in the response. So let's say a client formulates an srw request using
> version 1.2, and says 1.1 in the version parameter. What version of cql is
> "mandated"? The one that goes with 1.1?
Ahhhh.... Hmmm. I can't see a solution on that one beyond changing the
semantics of version to say that the request is of that version, but the
response can be anything less.
> 2.By "mandated" we mean "only", I assume. Thus (for example) for srw 1.1,
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