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Subject: RE: [emergency] CAP 1.1 Issue # 11


During the meeting Tuesday, we discussed keeping the CAP XML namespace
manditory and changing it to a URN. This should make CAP version necessarily
identifiable. I can live with this, and no one else on the call had
objections to this approach.


-----Original Message-----
From: Renato Iannella
To: Emergency_Mgt_TC TC
Sent: 7/27/2005 6:12 PM
Subject: Re: [emergency] CAP 1.1 Issue # 11

On 28 Jul 2005, at 01:10, Carl Reed OGC wrote:

> I support the idea of a version number 100%. Clients and servers need 
> to be able to do version negotiation. Without this, then 
> interoperability suffers (like perhaps none at all). All OGC specs 
> have version numbers as part of the interface specification and this 
> information is expressed in each interface call or payload encoding. 
> An interesting side benefit is that applications can then actually 
> support multiple CAP versions.

Carl/Patti - the CAP XML Namespace (which is mandatory) will always 
tell you what
version of CAP you are parsing. Isn't this the same thing? (or am I 
missing something?)

Cheers...  Renato Iannella
National ICT Australia (NICTA)

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