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[Bug 4774] definitional schema documents should be preferentially used over all other sources when validating instances

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Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 20:43:45 +0000
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------- Comment #12 from kirk.wilson@ca.com  2007-12-05 20:43 -------
Regarding Sandy's point #2 in comment #11, I believe the name of the attribute
is somewhat at fault for the ambiguity.  Using schemaComplete T or F would
support the second interpretation: Known to be complete (schemaComplete='true')
vs. known to be incomplete (not complete, schemaComplete='false')--the
"knowledge" factor is implicit in the attribute assignment.  The attribute
should be knownSchemaComplete to support the distinction between known to
complete vs. not known to be complete so that the "false" (not) more clearly
qualifies the "known" part.

I would agree that the "knownSchemaComplete" is the better alternative from the
producer's perspective.
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