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RE: ISSUE-82: Non Abstract Global Element

From: <paul.downey@bt.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2006 17:38:56 -0000
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>  <xs:element name="foo" abstract="false"/>

> I have come across an interface design tool what explicitly set the default 
> value of abstract = "false" on all global elements. Lame as it sounds we 
> probably need to include this as a basic pattern....

I wonder if we shouldn't allow the defaults value for 
particles such as nillable, mixed, abstract anywhere as
Basic patterns as they should be ignored. We can pull them
if testing shows otherwise. 

I'll consider raising an issue on this, or submitting the patterns
individually

Paul
 
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