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Re[2]: [www-dom] <none>

From: <Ming-Fang.Wang@alltel.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 16:42:52 -0600
Message-Id: <00093A4E.C21378@alltel.com>
To: jbn@sunsite.auc.dk (Jorgen Nielsen)
Cc: www-dom@w3.org
     An attribute declared as #fixed "onlyvalue" means the attribute node 
     has to hold the default value of "onlyvalue". That attribute node can 
     still be expanded by adding other text nodes or entity-reference 
     nodes.
     
     -Ming-fang Wang
     Ming-fang.Wang@alltel.com


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Subject: Re: [www-dom] <none>
Author:  jbn@sunsite.auc.dk (Jorgen Nielsen) at internet
Date:    1/14/99 3:56 PM


Ming-Fang.Wang@alltel.com wrote:
>
>      I have a bit difficulty to trace down places that the exception:
>      "NO_MODIFICATION_ALLOWED_ERR" should be raised. From the document, the 
>      doctype attribute of the interface Document does not allow
>      modification because Level 1 DOM does not support editing document
>      type. I also found a couple of similar mentioning in other sections of 
>      the DOM document. Are these the only places that the exception should 
>      be raised when being modified.
     
How about an attribute declared as #fixed "onlyvalue"?
     
-jórgen
Received on Thursday, 14 January 1999 17:47:16 GMT

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