yes, you are right.
but I still don't understand what baseUris means in Guard class. what can we do
Do we just use it like:
CollectionString baseUris = new ArrayListString();
then put empty baseUris into the constructor of Guard or its subclass?
can I put
Any updates on when Restlet: Official Developer's Guide to RESTful
Web Applications in Java printing will be available. This is all the
information I get from Amazon.co.uk:
Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will
be back in stock.
this information is specific to the HTTP_DIGEST authentication scheme,
here is the related excerpt from the rfc 2069 :
A comma-separated list of URIs, as specified for HTTP/1.0. The
intent is that the client could use this information to know the
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