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1 OpenSearch Parameter Constraints

2 From Uwe Voges The standard way to let the client know about the allowed range is to provide this information within the OSDD´s parameter (extension) element, e.g.

3 Proposed Constraint Language

4 Already possible with Parameter Another example (from EO):

5 BNF Representation A constraint here would be defined as (in BNF): Constraint ::= [":" ]["/" ] Operator ::= "GE", "GT", "LE", "LT", "EQ", "MIN_DIST", "MAX_DIST",... Val ::= ["-"] ( | | )


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