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[Bug 5541] Why is schema-less identification of reference elements important?

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------- Comment #6 from johnarwe@us.ibm.com  2008-04-10 13:29 -------
1. I think we need to add a <li> to SMLIF 4.5 Interoperability of SML Models as
a result of this change.  Consumers that make a different impl-defined choice
about whether or not to use PSVI are not always going to provide consistent
validation results (eg in the presence of schema-defaulted sml:ref).

2. This change also makes 4.5 Interoperability of SML Models item 1 no longer
strictly true, since two implementations might not recognize the same set of
references.

3. "Interoperability of SML Models" (sic) seems like an odd title for a chapter
in  the SMLIF spec.  Editors' discretion given (by me, cannot speak for the
full wg); something like "Interoperability of SML Model Exchange" seems more in
keeping with SMLIF's role, and the <p> text immediately following the heading.
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