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[Bug 5112] rule binding concept should move to sml

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------- Comment #6 from popescu@ca.ibm.com  2007-10-30 17:09 -------
Note that the following changes ( also described under comment #5 ) have been
added to address defect 5169 closed as a dup of current bug :

1. New definition under Terminology section :

Rule document
A rule document is an SML model definition document that conforms to the SML's
profile of Schematron.


2. Changed SML section 5. Rules, second last paragraph
from:
Model validators that conform to this specification MUST provide a mechanism to
support binding of Schematron patterns that are authored in separate documents,
i.e., not embedded in schema definition, to a set of documents in a model.

To:
Model validators that conform to this specification MUST provide a mechanism to
support binding of Schematron patterns, authored in separate rule documents, to
a set of documents in a model.
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