[CITE-Forum] srsName now without version
jdeolive at openplans.org
Thu Nov 22 11:37:39 EST 2007
Thanks for the explanation. So should the test cases be using a regular
expression instead of doing the straight match to "...EPSG:4326". As
currently written when a versioned definition is returned the tests fail.
Richard Martell wrote:
> That's correct. The version segment in the id is optional; if it's
> absent and the resource is versioned, the current one is implied.
> Also, we've learned that the OGP does not actually version CRS
> definitions. The EPSG version number (e.g. 6.14) applies to the
> entire geodetic _dataset_, not to a given entry. I'll try to
> confirm this versioning policy.
> And Carl Reed tells us that IANA approval of the "ogc" namespace
> identifier is imminent, so we can go ahead and use it as if it
> were official (urn:ogc:*).
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>> Hi all,
>> I have been running wfs 1.1 cite tests with the trunk version of the
>> engine and tests. I notice now that all srsName's are without the
>> version of the epsg database (at least I think that is what
>> the numbers
>> were for).
>> For instance "urn:x-ogc:def:crs:EPSG:6.11.2:4326" is not just
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