Redirecting XML files?
whump at onradio.com
Tue May 11 01:24:10 BST 1999
I think this is something better handled by the server than
the XML. In the Apache framework, that would be
to put a Redirect directive in one of the server's configuration
In the Frontier framework, a responder could send the
On a related topic, isn't someone working on XMLizing Linux configuration,
or was that just something I saw in someone's slides at a talk somewhere...
Bill Humphries <whump at onradio.com>, Software Engineer
Onradio.com, Scotts Valley, CA 1 813 440 0300 x182
"The more you know, the more jokes you get." -- unknown
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-xml-dev at ic.ac.uk [mailto:owner-xml-dev at ic.ac.uk]On Behalf Of
> Dave Winer
> However, we want to enable webmasters to be able to move a file to a
> different directory or server. In the real world, this happens
> often enough
> that we want to have a general solution.
> What I'd like to say is that the webmaster should change the old file to
> "redirect" to the new file.
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