> From: "Tor Arne Dahl" <[log in to unmask]>
>Since our first draft, the
> CQL Bibliographic Searching Proposal has been published on the SRU
> website. Many of the indexes from the NorZIG context set are defined in
> the bib context set described in this document, so we would rather use
> them than create our own. The last version of the document is dated
> August 7, 2006. Does anyone know the status of this document?
Sorry for the long suspension of this activity. This is contigent on the
OASIS initiative, that we hope will be announced any day now. Once that
gets underway, we will then decide what is the approprite forum to formalize
the specific bibliographic work. Probably either OASIS or NISO.
> Does it mean that all short names described in the Explain
> document can be used directly without binding them to URIs in the query?
> My interpretation is that such a binding in the query is
> useful/necessary only when the client wants to use a different short
> name for a context set than what the server has defined.
Or when the server hasn't listed that short name.
"These short names may be sent as a mapping within the query itself (see
next), or be published by the recipient of the query in some protocol