On Thu, 18 Nov 2004, Mike Taylor wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:33:37 +0000
>> I think that the Referent Object in the 11179 CQL naming system makes it
> ... but at the expense of doubling or tripling the number of indexes.
Yes. However, we're unlikely to run out of them :)
> I think we are _very_ close to reinventing semantic/functional
I think we already have, they're just not so confusing and more generally
applicable. They're just relation modifiers in CQL, but you can name them
what you want, and don't have to spend half an hour figuring out if it's a
semantic distinction or a functional distinction.
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