Re: [Geopriv] HELD 'expires' parameter

From: Richard Barnes ^lt;rbarnes@bbn.com>
Date: Tue Oct 09 2007 - 09:11:08 EDT

That seems reasonable, but it might overlap/conflict with the
"retention-expires" rule in the returned PIDF-LO. Slightly different
semantics, but I think the effect is the same.

--Richard

Stark, Barbara wrote:
> Right now, expires is defined only for use with a returned location
> reference. I was wondering if there might be value in also allowing it
> to be returned with a value. The meaning would be that the device needs
> to do another query to update its location, before 'expires'.
>
> In phonebcp-02, there's a recommendation that devices which don't expect
> to roam should refresh location daily, and those that can be expected to
> roam should refresh more frequently. The problem is that many devices
> don't know that they're part of a roaming network. But the access
> network often does know. So, if we use 'expires' with location values,
> the access network could let the device know that more frequent
> refreshes are appropriate.
>
> Just a thought.
> Barbara
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