[alto] SSE final touches

"Y. Richard Yang" <yry@cs.yale.edu> Sat, 17 March 2018 13:07 UTC

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Subject: [alto] SSE final touches
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Dear all,

As we finalizing all aspects of SSE, two issues need some discussions.
Quick updates, without delaying the progress, can produce a higher quality

1. It is the notification-of-remove response issue. It is already being
started in an earlier thread. Any opinions will be appreciated.

2. One next step we are considering is the support of multipart update. The
sever may send a multipart message consisting of multiple objects say A, B,
... each of which is a top level JSON object. Both merge patch and JSON
patch support only a single object and hence cannot apply if we want
incremental updates. Hence, if we want incremental updates, we need to
provide an individual client-id for each part of a multipart content.

Another alternative design is that we require that each potential multipart
service also allow individual transmissions. This is the write up in the
current version. Any quick discussions will be great.

See you in London.