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Timestamp:
22/02/13 03:32:08 (7 years ago)
Author:
mnot@…
Message:

Identify additional status codes as cacheable; see #432.

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  • draft-ietf-httpbis/latest/p2-semantics.xml

    r2186 r2187  
    29172917   fields because it cannot contain a message body.
    29182918</t>
     2919<t>
     2920   A 204 response is cacheable unless otherwise indicated by
     2921   the method definition or explicit cache controls (see &p6-heuristic;).
     2922</t>
    29192923</section>
    29202924
     
    32933297   configurable means, that the condition is likely to be permanent.
    32943298</t>
     3299<t>
     3300   A 404 response is cacheable unless otherwise indicated by
     3301   the method definition or explicit cache controls (see &p6-heuristic;).
     3302</t>
    32953303</section>
    32963304
     
    33063314   supported methods.
    33073315</t>
     3316<t>
     3317   A 405 response is cacheable unless otherwise indicated by
     3318   the method definition or explicit cache controls (see &p6-heuristic;).
     3319</t>
     3320
    33083321</section>
    33093322
     
    34383451   exploit potential security holes.
    34393452</t>
     3453<t>
     3454   A 414 response is cacheable unless otherwise indicated by
     3455   the method definition or explicit cache controls (see &p6-heuristic;).
     3456</t>
     3457
    34403458</section>
    34413459
     
    35233541   request method and is not capable of supporting it for any resource.
    35243542</t>
     3543<t>
     3544   A 501 response is cacheable unless otherwise indicated by
     3545   the method definition or explicit cache controls (see &p6-heuristic;).
     3546</t>
     3547
    35253548</section>
    35263549
     
    59515974   The <x:ref>426 (Upgrade Required)</x:ref> status code has been incorporated
    59525975   from <xref target="RFC2817"/> (<xref target="status.426"/>).
     5976</t>
     5977<t>
     5978   The following status codes are now cacheable (that is, they can be stored and
     5979   reused by a cache without explicit freshness information present): 204, 404,
     5980   405, 414, 501.
    59535981</t>
    59545982<t>
     
    62376265      "mention in header field considerations that leading/trailing WS is lossy"
    62386266    </t>
     6267    <t>
     6268      <eref target="http://tools.ietf.org/wg/httpbis/trac/ticket/432"/>:
     6269      "Identify additional status codes as cacheable by default"
     6270    </t>
     6271   
    62396272  </list>
    62406273</t>
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