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Retrieving the new entries of an updated feed

 11:12 am on Oct 17, 2008 (gmt 0)

At 9:00 AM
Feed entries are

At 9:10 AM
Feed entries are

newly added entries are a,b,c

i read the feed at 9:00am and noted down the entries X,Y
after 10 minutes again i read the feed
using Etag (or) id method i detected that the feed has changed....................

now how to retrieve ( in php/java) those newly added entries of a feed at 9:10 Am?
i thought of following the below approach

at 9:00 Am notedown the id of latest entry...............................

at 9:10 Am (it is modified) read the feed entries until you get the entry who id is equal to the entry which we stored at 9:00Am. These entries which we read here are newly added ones...............

is this the right approach to get the newly added entries of a feed?
(or) is there any efficient approach ?




 2:06 am on Oct 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld Rama.

I'm not exactly sure what you're getting at, but it seems you're looking at feed updating times. Keep in mind that there are a number of factors involved. Your local ISP could be caching data, or even your local browser.


 7:27 am on Oct 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

thanks bill i have resolve this issue.
i am detecting the new entries by means of published date in the ATOM feed.

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