[Ndn-interest] Exclude selector

Junxiao Shi shijunxiao at email.arizona.edu
Mon Feb 23 06:57:27 PST 2015

Hi Jongdeog

You can't Exclude multiple levels.

Express two Interests:

* /test, Exclude=A
* /test/A, Exclude=B

At least one of them would retrieve what you want.

Yours, Junxiao
On Feb 23, 2015 3:32 AM, "Lee, Jongdeog" <jlee700 at illinois.edu> wrote:

>  Dear all,
>    I have a question on the exclude selector.
>    Suppose that a provider has two data objects (/test/A/B, /test/C/D).
> Now a consumer issues the interest packet with the prefix "/test". Then,
> the consumer will get "/test/A/B".
>    Now the consumer wants to request the next item using the exclude
> selector.
>   The interest would be "/test <exclude=/A/B>". However, the exclude can
> only specify a single level such as <exclude= A> or <exclude= B> or
> <exclude= A, B>. Does anybody know how to express two or more levels in
> exclude? My guess is to use the appendExclude function, but not sure how to
> use it.
>  Best,
>   Jongdeog Lee (JD)
>  ------------------------------------------------
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> *Department of Computer Science*
> *University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign*
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