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[Bug 5417] inconsistent lists of constructs where rules are supported

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Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 21:48:23 +0000
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------- Comment #7 from kumarp@microsoft.com  2008-02-19 21:48 -------
+1 for the changes with following comments:

The non-normative note describes an important issue. It points out that
schematron constraints in SML do not necessarily come from file-based schema
documents. They can be constructed programmatically. However, this is not
restricted to schematron constraints in SML. It also applies to other SML
constraints such as id constraints or target* constraints. This means that this
note should be moved to a more general location and the scope of its content
should broadened to include all constraints. 

The title change is not necessary in view of the comment above. The word
'Schema' does not necessarily imply a schema stored in a file/document. Since
schema can be constructed programatically, the title 'Mapping from schema' is
not necessarily wrong and does not need to be changed.

I agree to the change suggested in comment# 6: 'can be' => 'MAY be'
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