Simon Fell > Its just code
Something funky going on with the aggregator in Radio, the Etag samples i posted choked the aggregator display, as far as i can tell, Radio doesn't encode the HTML when it generates the RSS, but the aggregator [or the news page] is doing a decode of what it got in the description tag. Perhaps Radio should be encoding the HTML tags in the RSS it generates ?
... Maybe Simon's willing to post some sample header values to shed some light on the idea... [Jake's Radio 'Blog] Sure, the server response may contain an ETag header, you save this away, ascociated with the URL, then on subsequent requests for that url, you include a If-None-Match header with the etag value. If the contents haven't changed, then the server will reply with a 304 Not Modified. I moved the samples to here, as they seem to choke the aggregator display in Radio.
I'm sure I've seen this mentioned before, but the ASP.NET webforms model is entirely POST based, I had to manually code up the column headers/sorting on this page, so that its GET/Bookmark friendly.
Charles Cook, the XML-RPC.NET guy has a weblog.