>>> Actually we do not use the index prefixes, they are stripped
>>> immediately from the index names, but to define them in explain they
>>> need to be part of a set with a name.
>> Yup. It is good ZeeRex citizenship to hide your dirty
>> laundry this way :-)
> I'm not sure I approve of just stripping the index prefixes (do you
I think Mike was saying that it was good to put them into a set, rather
than that it was good that the sets weren't actually used.
> check that they are valid first?). It's a little too close to z39.50
> targets that ignored the attribute set specified and assumed it was
> always bib-1.
Right. A well behaved server should reject unknown index/set
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