3.13 URL

3.13.1 URLType

A Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is of the Narrow Character data type with a length of up to 1024 characters (NC-1024). URLs are defined in RFC 1738, which is a subset of the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) specification (RFC 2396). URLs contain only the printable US-ASCII characters 32 through 126 decimal.

An element of the URL data type specifies the URL where a customer may access information. A URL is of the Narrow Character data type with a length of 1024 Characters (NC-1024). The format of a URL begins with a string that identifies which protocol is to be used to access the information, such as "http://".

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