I think that we have discussed this and other similar attributes before and
concluded that the wording needed to be that the error for a bad syntax type
was "client-error-bad-request" and thus different from the error for a
value with the correct syntax type but too long The error for the second
case is 'client-error-request-value-too-long'.
At 09:24 AM 11/18/98 , Carl Kugler wrote:
>I don't think this is right:
>>job-hold-until (type3 keyword | name)
> IF NOT a single 'keyword' or 'name' value with a length less than or equal
to 255 octets, REJECT/RETURN 'client-error-request-value-too-long'.
>>Suppose the object receives a request containing a "job-hold-until" attribute
containing a 'text' value one octet long. The object returns
'client-error-request-value-too-long'? Intuitively, that doesn't seem right,
since the request is not too long.
>>This problem repeats itself in other tests in the guide that combine syntax
and length checks in the predicate.
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