9677Re: [rest-discuss] 30x Status codes
- Oct 2, 2007On 10/2/07, Nick Gall <nick.gall@...> wrote:
> On 10/2/07, Mark Baker <distobj@...> wrote:I believe that's what Roy said, yes.
> > On 10/2/07, Nick Gall <nick.gall@...> wrote:
> > > Wouldn't using the Content-Location HTTP header field also be a "good way to canonicalize your resources"?
> > In theory, yes. In practice in the wild, not so much.
> Agreed. But I was thinking about "Web API" (programmatic) use of HTTP
> as opposed to typical browser behavior. As long as one documented
> one's interface and clients used HTTP libraries with full access to
> headers, then using Content-Location should be straightforward. Unless
> intermediaries (eg caches) typically strip such headers in flight. Do
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