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Title : WebDAV Redirect Reference Resources
Author(s) : J. Slein
Filename : draft-ietf-webdav-redirectref-protocol-07.txt
Pages : 55
Date : 2003-11-18
This specification defines redirect reference resources. A redirect
reference resource is a resource whose default response is an HTTP/
1.1 302 (Found) status code, redirecting the client to a different
resource, the target resource. A redirect reference makes it
possible to access the target resource indirectly, through any URI
mapped to the redirect reference resource. There are no integrity
guarantees associated with redirect reference resources.
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