On Mon, 29 Dec 2003, Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress wrote:
> "If the result of the query would modify an existing result set, then the
> server must supply a new id for this new set."
> Is sorting an existing set the only thing we have in mind, or something else
There might be some other user defined operations on result sets, but I
think the only native SRW one is sort.
> "The 'resultSetTTL' parameter may be supplied to explicitly request a time
> to live for the result set created by the query. This is the number of
> seconds for which the client is requesting that the server keep the database
> If the client doesn't want a result set (doesn't care), does it (1) supply a
> value of zero, or (2) omit the parameter (or (3) either)? I recall we
> discussed this but I don't remember the result.
If the client doesn't care it can omit the parameter. If the client is
nice, then it will say zero as then the server -knows- it doesn't want
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