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Eric van der Vlist <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, 2002-07-18 at 07:27, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> > If I send a request for a fragment of a document,
> I think that this is where I don't understand any longer (maybe because
> of bad habits taken admnistrating web servers).
> Unless I am very wrong, in HTTP  there is no such thing as a fragment
> identifier: the client sends a HTTP request for a resource, gets this
> resource back and processes the document to find the fragment matching
> the fragment identifier.
> In other words, a client never sends a request for a fragment!
I agree. See my forthcoming answer to your post of yesterday, and my
recent reply to my own mistaken reply to Wayne.
> And if the processing involves a PSVI, the PSVI has to be constructed
> client side
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