picking up the discussion started last month
Right now, there doesn't seem to be a lot of ongoing development, but
there *are* several servers implementing most of SEARCH and the
DAV:basicsearch grammar (Apache Slide, Catacomb, Xythos WFS, SAP KM,
...), and some at least implementing SEARCH with custom grammars (Apache
Jackrabbit, IIS + derivates, ...).
So it seems to me the best way forward (instead of doing nothing) is to
bring the draft into a shape that would allow it to be published as
For the open issues, this means:
- either closing them as WON'T FIX,
- documenting them in an appendix,
- resolving them.
In draft 10, I've done that for all open issues except one (for which
I'll write a separate summary).
Please check out the new Appendix "Unresolved Issues"
and also have a look at the other changes
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Title : Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) SEARCH
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Julian Reschke schrieb:
> In draft 10, I've done that for all open issues except one (for which
> I'll write a separate summary).
As a matter of fact, that issue - "result truncation" - was simpler than
I recalled (see
To me, the simplest way forward here is:
- document that we don't have result paging (done in:
- fix description of marshalling truncated results so that it's part of
a normative section, not an example (see
At this point, I think the draft is ready to be submitted as version 11,
to be last-called over here for a few weeks.
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