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John Light [Addressing/payload separation]
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John Light [Addressing/payload separation]
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 The network address structures are now entirely devoted to addressing. ​ Previously, some payload information (resourceUri) was kept in CARemoteEndpoint_t,​ but it has been moved to the payload info structures, where it belongs. The network address structures are now entirely devoted to addressing. ​ Previously, some payload information (resourceUri) was kept in CARemoteEndpoint_t,​ but it has been moved to the payload info structures, where it belongs.
  
-The appearance of payload information in the addressing structure was an artifact of our CoAP heritage. ​ In CoAp the start of a message includes both the network address and the start of the payload (e.g., coap://​192.168.1.106:​5683/​oc/​core…). ​ New code in OCDoResource separates the address and resourceUri upon entry into the stack, so the resourceUri can be processed as part of the payload rather than kept with the address.+The appearance of payload information in the addressing structure was an artifact of our CoAP heritage. ​ In CoAp the start of a message includes both the network address and the start of the payload (e.g., 
 +  ​coap://​192.168.1.106:​5683/​oc/​core… 
 +).  New code in OCDoResource separates the address and resourceUri upon entry into the stack, so the resourceUri can be processed as part of the payload rather than kept with the address.
  
 ==== Security selection ==== ==== Security selection ====
  
 The indication of whether a network link should use security is now kept in the network address context as a flag (OC_SECURE) rather than carried along as a separate variable. The indication of whether a network link should use security is now kept in the network address context as a flag (OC_SECURE) rather than carried along as a separate variable.
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