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[Bug 5479] edits discussed at Jan f2f

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------- Comment #5 from virginia.smith@hp.com  2008-02-19 07:43 -------
comment #4 - fixed

comment #3 - this looks like a processing problem. The source does have these
schemas on separate lines. This is not substantive so I am moving this comment
to a new bug. 

comment #2 - fixed 1st point

Per discussion on 2/14 meeting, the following conformance paragraph was changed
to:
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A conforming SML model is valid if and only if it satisfies all of the
following conditions:

   1. In each instance document in the model, the [validity] property of the
root element and all of its attributes and descendants MUST NOT be "invalid"
when schema validity is assessed by a conforming schema-aware processor with
respect to the referenced XML Schema documents in the model's definition
documents. [XML Schema Structures]
   2. Each document in the model MUST satisfy all applicable Schematron
constraints when validated in the #ALL phase.
   3. Each document in the model MUST satisfy all normative statements in this
specification that pertain to model documents.

      Note:

      This means, for example, that each document must satisfy all applicable
sml:acyclic, sml:target*, and SML identity constraints. 
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