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Re: <data> tag under <menu>?

From: Sheth Raxit <raxit@phonologies.com>
Date: Mon, 08 May 2006 16:24:40 +0530
Message-ID: <445F2370.2030501@phonologies.com>
To: Mangesh Deshmukh <mangeshd@genesyslab.com>
CC: Shane Smith <safarishane@gmail.com>, www-voice@w3.org

Mangesh Deshmukh wrote:

>There are no differences for <var> in schema and DTD. (But <var> doesn't
>appear under <menu> in both schema and DTD). So is it safe to assume
>that <data> is not a child of <menu>? 
>
No.

>If so, will the DTD be updated?
>
>  
>
I do think dtd need to be updated, please see below,

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Shane Smith [mailto:safarishane@gmail.com] 
>Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 4:52 PM
>To: Mangesh Deshmukh
>Subject: Re: <data> tag under <menu>?
>
><Data/> should be usable all the same places that <var/> is.  From the
>2.1 spec:
>
>  
>
But the Reverse may not be true,

>"Like the <var> element, the <data> element can occur in executable
>content or as a child of <form> or <vxml>. In addition, it shares the
>same scoping rules as the <var> element."
>
>  
>
Here, Element X follows Same rule as all rule followed by Y,
But  All the rule apply to Y may NOT (correctly) apply to X.

something like relation is not Symmetric.

Logically if one do want to generate Menu based on some dynamic data 
then one way is of using <data> in <menu> , but at that time <var> may 
not usable( dynamic nature)


>Are there any differences for <var> between the scheme and dtd?
>
>-Shane
>
>  
>

Comment plz on this ?

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Raxit Sheth

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Raxit Sheth
Systems Software Engineer
Raxit@Phonologies.com

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