[Ex-plain] Re: Protocol Version (Was: Attribute Searches)
azaroth at liverpool.ac.uk
Fri Apr 12 15:01:52 CEST 2002
> > How do you know that you want *Z39.50* version three?
> Because the access-point is "version" and the term is "z39.50". The
> semantic qualifier says, "Oh, and not just _any_ Z39.50 server -- I
> only want version 3 servers".
> > Can you give an example of how you would actually do the search?
> find @attr NET 1=4 @attr NET 2=version3 z39.50
Urgh. So we have a list of semantic qualifiers for all versions of all
protocols? Or say that different protocols need to define their own
attribute sets (ala explain--) and put in the appropriate SQ definitions
Is there a precedent either way for this sort of thing?
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