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[Bug 1218] Serialization uses 6-character error codes

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Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 15:43:30 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=1218


scott_boag@us.ibm.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From scott_boag@us.ibm.com  2005-04-28 15:43 -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> Serialization uses 6-character error codes. For consistency with the other
> specs, it should move to 8-character codes.
> 
> Michael Kay

XSLT and XPath classify their errors based on dynamic, static, or type errors. 
F&O classify their errors based on sections, eg. Arithmetic, datetime,
collation, etc.

Joanne suggested:

0001:  NR - normalization error
0003:  XL - well-formed XML
0004:  PM - parameter error
0005:  RE - invalid result
0006:  SU - not supported
0007:  SU - not supported
0008:  RE - invalid result
0009:  PM - parameter error
0010:  PM - parameter error
0011:  SU - not supported
0012:  RE - invalid result
0013:  SU - not supported
0014:  HL - invalid HTML
0015:  HL - invalid HTML
0016:  PM - parameter error

These seem a tad fine-grained to me.   I think I would fold HL and XL into RE.
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