[Netconf] 4741bis (010) - namespace wildcarding

Martin Bjorklund <mbj@tail-f.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 15:43 UTC

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This issue was discussed at IETF75 in Stockholm.

It has been noted on the ML that the Namespace Selection part of
subtree filtering needs to be fixed (that is part of issue 008).

This proposal is that if the null namespace is used in a subtree
filter, it should be interpreted as a wildcard, for example:

  <nc:rpc message-id="101"

  could return: