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RE: xqts -Schema Import without location hint

From: Margaret Gruen-Kerr <margaret.gruen-kerr@altova.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 15:02:58 +0200
Message-ID: <4CCF1CC9801D3749B5E77D14111FEE6402F164FB@viepexc01.vie.altova.com>
To: <public-xqts-comments@w3.org>
I found the link from the URI's  to the schemas under //sources/schema in the xqtscatalog.xml. I will continue on my path through this test suite (and next time wait till Tuesday before writing about things lost on a Monday). 
regards
Margaret

	... Margaret A. Grün-Kerr
	... Quality Assurance Engineer
	... Altova GmbH
	_____________________________________________ 
> From: 	Margaret Grün-Kerr (QA)  
> Sent:	July 17, 2006 14:10
> To:	'public-xqts-comments@w3.org'
> Subject:	xqts -Schema Import without location hint 
> 
> Following test case: 
>    (: Name: predicates-1:)
>     (: Description: Evaluation of a simple predicate with a "true" value (uses "fn:true").:)
>     (: insert-start :)
>     import schema namespace atomic="http://www.w3.org/XQueryTest";
>     declare variable $input-context1 external;
>     (: insert-end :)
> 
>     ($input-context1//atomic:integer[fn:true()])
> 
> 
> The transform does not provide a name for the imported schema. In the test catalogue I failed to find a further description of where to look. - In this case it should be a    [err:XQST0059] if the implementation is not able to process a schema import by finding a valid schema with the specified target namespace."
> 
> I suspect that I have missed an essential piece of information about where to look for schemas - can someone help me out? 
> 
> 
> ... Margaret A. Grün-Kerr
> ... Quality Assurance Engineer
> ... Altova GmbH
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