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> You can't easily use POST to retrieve stuff, because;
> - all "stuff" needs a URI to identify it, and
> - you shouldn't have to know any "secret incantation" to put in the POST
> body to get that resource to respond.
OK Mark if we stick to using solely the HTTP GET method then we need to
create a URI sufficiently flexible to allow the formulation of rich queries.
URLs are a complete breakdown on this matter.
This will be a necessary and sufficient condition to offer a good
alternative to the actual practice to use the HTTP POST method as a document
Didier PH Martin