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Re: CAP draft 07 issues - sections 3 and 4
At 12:24 PM 25/03/2002 -0700, Doug Royer wrote:
It should also be noted that only 1 of the above queries could be
represented if the clauses were 'tossed' (we would have to choose
whether the two references to ATTENDEE in the first two examples
would refer to the same or different properties).
In what case would 'two' ATTENDEEs be from the 'same' property?
ATTENDEE is a single valued, multiinstance property.
That's not what I was trying to say.
Perhaps an example would help; consider the following
snippet from an iCalendar object:
My point is that it's not clear whether the following query
would match that VEVENT or not:
SELECT * FROM VEVENT WHERE
ATTENDEE = "foo@xxxxxxxxxxx"
AND PARAM(ATTENDEE, PARTSTAT) = ACCEPTED
You see the VEVENT contains an ATTENDEE whose value matches
"foo@xxxxxxxxxxx", and an ATTENDEE whose PARTSTAT matches
"ACCEPTED", so it would be considered a match if each time
the ATTENDEE property was used, it was taken to mean
"any ATTENDEE of the VEVENT".