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[Bug 5513] Why does SML define sml:ref instead of using XLink

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Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 01:41:47 +0000
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------- Comment #10 from David_E3@VERIFONE.com  2008-04-23 01:41 -------
On 2008-04-04 the XML Schema WG endorsed this comment, with the following added
clarification on its behalf:

With regard to the xlink:ref part of the comment, the WG does not feel it can
endorse.

SML should allow sml:ref to be specified by annotating schemas -- ie that SML
should allow the use of the PSVI in the task of recognizing SML references.  

Further, the SML spec should say clearly what base URI is used to absolutize
relative references (note that this is a general technical comment, not schema
specific).
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