Re: [Ietf-carddav] Comments on draft-daboo-carddav-02

Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de> Mon, 16 July 2007 21:31 UTC

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Cyrus Daboo wrote:
> Whilst that tells you if you have a conflict, you still end up having to 
> take a guess at another resource name to use to actually save the new 
> data. Hopefully, the second guess will work.
> 
> The one benefit I have heard to the POST/ADDMEMBER approach is if the 
> server has limitations on resource names. Typically those are servers 
> that proxy their data to/from another, more rigid, system.

Yep. And that's why I think ADDMEMBER would be useful. POST just is too 
generic.

Best regards, Julian