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Subject: Re: [search-ws] Groups - cql-second-draft-april-23-2009.doc uploaded
Now that I'm looking at it at more leisure: 24: extraneous dot before "title" 38: "If the prefix is not supplied" -- add "as in the examples in 1.1 and 1.2" 60: "though need not be" --- though it need not be 61: "if it contain" -- if it contains 154: Line mangled 157: Refer forward to the CQL context set modifier "ignoreCase", A. 3.1. Otherwise you give readers the impression that case insensitive searches are impossible in CQL. 164: Double period. 202: Redundant period. 203: "The semantics of resultSetId with scan is also undefined." I think that belongs in SRU discussion, not CQL, given than "scan" hasn't been mentioned elsewhere. 284: In the definition of "adj", you leave it implicit that intervening punctuation and delimiters are skipped when working out if terms are adjacent. Make it explicit? 496: This has already been discussed at 123. I'd remove the former instance. 534: "modifiersare" 797: "ommited" On 23/04/2009, at 07:50, email@example.com wrote: > Replaces document I posted earlier this week (and deleted). For > discussion > at Monday's call. --Ray > > -- Ray Denenberg > > The document named cql-second-draft-april-23-2009.doc has been > submitted by > Ray Denenberg to the OASIS Search Web Services TC document repository. > > Document Description: > > > View Document Details: > http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/document.php?document_id=32205 > > Download Document: > http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/32205/cql-second-draft-april-23-2009.doc > > > PLEASE NOTE: If the above links do not work for you, your email > application > may be breaking the link into two pieces. You may be able to copy > and paste > the entire link address into the address field of your web browser. > > -OASIS Open Administration > -- Dr Nick Nicholas, firstname.lastname@example.org Link Affiliates, http://www.opoudjis.net skype:opoudjis Melbourne. "There is a danger, my dear Neophron, that they will go further, and conceive a contempt for the stress-accent as something very trivial, and will decree that any group of words of any kind is a verse." --- Maximos Planudes, predicting free verse and worse, late xiii AD.