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clarification on mode/namelist attribute of filled element

From: Arnaud VALLEE <avallee@telisma.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 16:23:12 +0100
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To: <www-voice@w3.org>

Hi,

chapter 2.4 of the VoiceXML (24 April 2002)

Attributes of filled are:

mode
	Either all (the default), or any. If any, this action is executed when any of the specified input items is filled by the last user input. If all, this 	action is executed when all of the mentioned input items are filled, and at least one has been filled by the last user input. A <filled> element in an 	input item cannot specify a mode. 
namelist
	 The input items to trigger on. For a <filled> in a form, namelist defaults to the names (explicit and implicit) of the form's input items. A <filled> 	element in an input item cannot specify a namelist; the namelist in this case is the input item name. Note that control items are not permitted in this 	list.  

As i understand these attributes are not permitted in filled elements which are child of input item.
But the spec do not say what happens in this case:
- ignore those attributes?
- throw an error (semantic)?

Furthermore, control items items are not permitted in namelist. I suppose any other ECMA variable are not permitted neither. But how a voice browser should handle that case? Ignore the non-input variable elements or throw an error (semantic)?

Thanks for your clarification.

Arnaud.
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