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Re: [rest-discuss] Non-Equivalent Retries

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  • Eric J. Bowman
    ... If your protocol supports it, sure. Otherwise, !REST, as REST is based on the principle of generality -- not customized protocol hacking. -Eric
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 6, 2012
      Greg Young wrote:
      >
      > I have been having some discussions lately with people about retries
      > in a restful system and whether or not its appropriate for the caller
      > to specify that it is a retry.
      >

      If your protocol supports it, sure. Otherwise, !REST, as REST is based
      on the principle of generality -- not customized protocol hacking.

      -Eric
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