> > > But that's defined as a local identifier. I think the suggestion
> > > is an actionable uri.
> > Yes, but the id element is exactly what the persistant URI needs.
> > It's not an identifier from the data, it's a metadata identifer for
> > the record within the system.
> > So, assuming that this identifier is persistant and unique, we already
> > have persistent URIs:
> > exact "ident1"

> Exactly.

This could be a unique, persistent URI, but I was asking that any URI could
be used to identify the record, not one requiring a stem of the database and



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