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  • Hi Robby, On 08 Jul 2014, at 23:28, 'Simpson, Robby (GE Energy Management)' robby.simpson@^$1 [rest-discuss] wrote: > Hi, > > I've been scratching my head over this one for a while and am hoping I can > get some help. > > Imagine a light switch with one simple resource: /state , where state can > be "On" or "Off." > > One can PUT to /state , changing /state to either "On" or "Off...
    Jan Algermissen Jul 9, 2014
  • Hi, being seriously unsure, I take this to the group: Is it ok to use Content-Location header in the MIME Headers section of the parts? What I need to do is to provide the URI where each part can be retrieved individually. Or would maybe a Link <>; rel=self be better? Jan
    Jan Algermissen Jan 17, 2014
  • On 13.01.2014, at 00:35, Erik Mogensen wrote: > On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 10:08 PM, Jan Algermissen wrote: > [...] > What I am looking for is a link relation that is a good fit for linking from the entry to the changed resources...
    Jan Algermissen Jan 12, 2014
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  • Hi, Suppose I have a set of resources for which changes can be tracked in an Atom feed. In such a feed every Atom entry would represent a single change event to a specific resource in the set. For the sake of simplicity of the example below, suppose that the entry only notifies about the change as such. Of course, one could include a diff and/or the kind of event in the entry, too...
    Jan Algermissen Jan 12, 2014
  • Hi, I am thinking about a media type for bundling together a bunch of resources[1] into a single file. With these files I want to store a manifest file. One option would be to just use a zip-based format and an manifest file with a well known name. The problem with this is that useful stream processing of such a file can only be done by ensuring that the manifest is the first entry...
    Jan Algermissen Jan 10, 2014
  • On 08.11.2013, at 00:10, Charles Reese wrote: > > Hi Mike, > > Thank you so much! > > I'm still wondering about link rels for state-transitions affecting only one resource. For example, suppose when creating a playlist, it defaults to 'private'. I want to turn it public. I could use a link rel like this: > > /rel/playlist/publish > > But again, I'm not using the method as the...
    Jan Algermissen Nov 10, 2013
  • On 08.11.2013, at 00:10, Charles Reese wrote: > > Hi Mike, > > Thank you so much! > > I'm still wondering about link rels for state-transitions affecting only one resource. For example, suppose when creating a playlist, it defaults to 'private'. I want to turn it public. I could use a link rel like this: > > /rel/playlist/publish > > But again, I'm not using the method as the...
    Jan Algermissen Nov 10, 2013
  • ...max. re-usability. HTH Jan > > Phil > > Le 8 nov. 2013 à 02:58, Mike Kelly a écrit : > >> >> On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 1:31 AM, Jan Algermissen >> wrote: >> > Hi Mike, >> > >> > On 08.11.2013, at 02:08, mike amundsen wrote: >> > >> >> >> >> not sure i understand the Q, but...
    Jan Algermissen Nov 9, 2013
  • Hi Mike, On 08.11.2013, at 02:08, mike amundsen wrote: > > not sure i understand the Q, but i'll offer this: > > rel="http://example.com/rels/publisher" describes the relationship between the source and the target. > I like to try to emphasize what the target is *to the source* with the goal that the application-level effect of the HTTP methods falls into place. This IMO helps a...
    Jan Algermissen Nov 7, 2013
  • Thomas, On 25.10.2013, at 08:56, Thomas Koch wrote: > Hi, > > this might be a hard to decide question like spaces vs. tabs: I might have an > addressbook web application that has mainly two sites > > /myapp/contacts (or /myapp/contacts/ ?) > /myapp/contacts/{id} > > Should the /myapp/contacts URI have a trailing slash or not? Personally, I prefer to go without the slash and anyhow...
    Jan Algermissen Oct 28, 2013