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RE: [xml-dev] RESTful operations on document fragments

The challenge is only partially the link.  It points to the map.  The
resolver has to read the format (eg, doc, binary).  The link can point to
the link resolver and so on.  Hytime defines all of the various link and
resolver combinations.  Most of the follow-on specifications don't do that.
The point is there are many kinds of maps.


From: Anne Thomas Manes [mailto:atmanes@gmail.com] 

You could always add an abstraction layer that maps URLs (resources)
to document fragments. In your Bible example, you could define a
resource for each verse in the document. Therefore you can PUT an
updated verse, and a bit of code would then update the appropriate
document fragment.

I believe that fragments (#xxxx) are different from queries (?xxxx). A
URL containing a query string is still a URL. A fragment is not part
of the URL (see

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