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Title : Customization for SLP Service Request and Reply
Author(s) : W. Zhao et al.
Filename : draft-zhao-slp-customization-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 22-Jun-01
This document presents a lightweight mechanism for supporting
customization in SLP where a UA specifies its customization request
in the SrvRqst via an SLP extension, and the DA customizes the
SrvRply according to the UA request. Two basic customization
operations, sorting the result set and bounding the result size, are
provided, and some complex customization requests are supported by
composing these two basic operations. Furthermore, reference-based
comparators are enabled to decide the result order.
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