Uniform Object Locator -- UOL
draft-boynton-uol-04

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Abstract

A Uniform Object Locator (UOL) provides an architecture neutral mechanism for dynamic creation of unique, human readable identifiers for object oriented and relational data. UOL is designed to meet the recommendations for URI queries laid out in 'Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) Generic Syntax' [RFC2396].

Authors

Jon Boynton (jon@datamessenger.com)

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