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extending the insertelement: inserted content contained in insert element.

From: Danno Ferrin <Danno.Ferrin@intelliden.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 23:37:47 +0000
Message-ID: <3CABD13EA1D5D347A1B75014BD54CFD50308BC2D@COSIUM03.intelliden.net>
To: <www-forms-editor@w3.org>
While reading the section on inserting into empty collections it seemed
to me a bit Kludge to have to references a (likely) separate model
element as the origin xpath.  One idea that crossed my mind was to allow
the insert element to contain any content (xsd:any) that will be
inserted.  This content could not exist if there is any Node Set Binding
attributes or origin attribute, or it would need to have precedence
explicitly set to above or below the node set binding.  This would help
to localize the data within the form nearer to it's use.

 

Danno Ferrin
Software Engineer
Intelliden, Inc
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