Uniform resource namespace

An Internet resource with a name that, unlike a URL, has persistent significance – that is, the owner of the URN can expect that someone else (or a program) will always be able to find the resource. A frequent problem in using the Web is that Web content is sometimes moved to a new site or a new page on the same site. Since links are made using Uniform Resource Locators (URLs), they no longer work when content is moved. SYNONYM. URNn/ahttp://searchsoa.techtarget.com/definition/URN

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