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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0503ReqEntities" by fsasaki

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Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 10:23:41 -0000
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http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0503ReqEntities


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  Ideally, the solution which the WG will produce will be applicable not only with regard to entities but also in the realm of XInclude (see http://www.w3.org/TR/xinclude/) or even fragments (see http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/CR-xml-fragment-20010212#packaging).
  
- Note that character entity references (e.g. &aacute;) and numeric character references (NCRs) (e.g. &#x00E1;) are different things. This requirement addresses character entity references, as well as all user defined entities.''' 
+ Note that character entity references (e.g. &aacute;) and numeric character references (NCRs) (e.g. &#x00E1;) are different things. This requirement addresses character entity references, as well as all user defined entities.
  
  == Quick Guideline Thoughts ==
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+ '''[[FS-''' I just recognized that DSDL part 10 [http://dsdl.org/0584.pdf], which Christian also mentionend in [http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0504ReqPurposeSpecMap], has a mechanism for remapping entity references. So you can say s.t. like "myCompany" should be "meineFirma". So this is a possible, yet not (?) implemented solution to issues 2 and 3. ''']]'''
  
   1. If possible, XML applications should avoid the use of entities. 
   2. XML applications which have to make use of entities have to be build in such a way that entities can be localized easily (ie. the XML application has to be internationalized wrt. entities). A rough set of guidelines for this could look like this:
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