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[Bug 2924] Why a closed list of schema languages?

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Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 11:13:56 +0000
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------- Comment #3 from christian.lieske@sap.com  2006-03-27 11:13 -------
His another possibility which I see to address Eric's concern:

1. Change the definition as follows:

[Definition: Schema language refers in this specification to an XML-related
modelling or validation language such as XML DTD, XML Schema
or RELAX NG.]

2. Be explicit about the status and motivation of the formalizations which ITS
provides:

a. ITS gives formalizations which are non-normative
b. ITS gives formalizations in XML DTD, XML Schema and RELAX NG since these
schema languages appear to be most relevant for ITS usage scenarios

Best regards,
Christian
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