" 'exact' relation eliminated."
Should have said:
" 'exact' relation eliminated. Replaced by '=='. " (double equal)
Thanks for catching that, Mike.
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From: "Mike Taylor" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 6:23 AM
Subject: SRU Version 1.2 draft specification
> Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress writes:
> > The SRU Editorial Board is developing a draft specification for SRU
> > version 1.2, which is near completion.
> > The changes proposed for version 1.2 are minor, and are summarized at
> > http://www.loc.gov/standards/sru/next-version.html
> Please remind me -- once the "exact" relation is eliminated, how will
> CQL express an exact search? As in
> cql.title exact jaws
> to find "Jaws" but not "The Jaws of Death"?
> What was the motivation for CQL change 7?
> Proximity. Defaults are now server defined, not standard
> defined. Hence "prox" can be anything the server wants to do
> proximately, not necessarily with a default of adjacency.
> I think I missed that discussion.
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