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[Bug 4789] Reword section 3.4 to clearly specify that reference constraints can ONLY appear on schema documents.

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=4789


virginia.smith@hp.com changed:

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------- Comment #1 from virginia.smith@hp.com  2007-07-25 20:14 -------
Reworded section; removed normative language in the table since these
attributes are normatively described in the sections that follow the table.
The new text is as follows:

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SML supports the following attributes for expressing constraints on references.

Table 3-1. Attributes
Name    Description
sml:acyclic  Used to specify whether cycles are supported for a reference.
sml:targetElement  Used to constrain the name of the reference's target
element.
sml:targetType  Used to constrain the type of the reference's target element.
sml:targetRequired  Used to specify that a reference's target element is
required to be present in the model.

These attributes MUST be supported in the following specified locations only in
an SML model:

    *      These attributes MUST be supported in XML Schema documents.
    *      These attributes MUST be supported for element declarations of type
sml:refType or a derived type of sml:refType.  Note that this specification
specifies sml:acyclic="false" for type sml:refType. 
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