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[Bug 5338] [UPD] Revalidation mode: which static context?

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=5338


chamberl@almaden.ibm.com changed:

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------- Comment #4 from chamberl@almaden.ibm.com  2008-02-05 23:49 -------
On 05 Feb 2008 the Query Working Group reconsidered this issue and approved the
following resolution which was proposed by Michael Kay:

1. Give the functions upd:applyUpdates() and upd:revalidate() an extra
argument:

$reval as revalidation-mode

explaining that this takes the value strict, lax, or skip

2. Change clause 5 of 3.2.2 upd:applyUpdates to say:

For each document or element node $top that was marked for
revalidation by one of the earlier steps, upd:revalidate($top, $reval) is
invoked.

3. In 3.2.3 upd:revalidate, change references to "revalidation mode [in the
static context]" to refer to $reval

4. Change clause 3 of 2.4.5 transform to start "Let $reval be the value of
the revalidation mode in the static context of the transform expression. The
following update operation is invoked: upd:applyUpdates($pul, $reval).

5. In 2.1 processing model, change rule 3. Replace "If the outermost
expression in a query returns a pending update list, upd:applyUpdates is
implicitly applied to this pending update list. " by "If the outermost
expression in a query returns a
pending update list, upd:applyUpdates is implicitly called, supplying as
arguments (a) the pending update list, and (b) the value of the revalidation
mode in the static context of the main query module.
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