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RFC 6241, "Network Configuration Protocol (NETCONF)", June 2011

Source of RFC: netconf (ops)

Errata ID: 3980
Status: Verified
Type: Technical

Reported By: Klement Sekera
Date Reported: 2014-05-05
Verifier Name: Benoit Claise
Date Verified: 2015-01-23

Sections 6.2.5 and 6.3

In section 6.3:

OLD:
   The
   algorithm continues until all sibling sets in all subtrees specified
   in the filter have been processed.

In section 6.2.5

OLD:
  o  If any sibling nodes of the selection node are instance identifier
      components for a conceptual data structure (e.g., list key leaf),
      then they MAY also be included in the filter output.

It should say:

In section 6.3:

NEW:

   The 
   algorithm continues until all sibling sets in all subtrees specified
   in the filter have been processed. If any sibling nodes of a node
   are instance identifier components for a conceptual data structure
   (e.g., list key leaf), then they MAY also be included in the filter 
   output.

In section 6.2.5

NEW:

Notes:

The intent is to allow the server to always include the key node values and the wording accidentally does not cover this case.

Here is the OLD/NEW in a more intuitive way:
In section 6.3:

OLD:

The algorithm continues until all sibling sets in all subtrees specified
in the filter have been processed.
NEW:

The algorithm continues until all sibling sets in all subtrees specified
in the filter have been processed. If any sibling nodes of a node
are instance identifier components for a conceptual data structure
(e.g., list key leaf), then they MAY also be included in the filter output.

Implicitly in section 6.2.5 to delete the moved text:

OLD:

If any sibling nodes of the selection node are instance identifier
components for a conceptual data structure (e.g., list key leaf),
then they MAY also be included in the filter output.

NEW:
<void>

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