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Re: [scxml] sixth WD of SCXML is published

From: Greg Beauchesne <gbeauch1@jhu.edu>
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 19:12:02 -0500
Message-ID: <4AFCA452.4020002@jhu.edu>
To: VoiceBrowser <www-voice@w3.org>
Jim Barnett wrote:
> Greg,
>  On your specific point below, the global uniqueness of IDs regardless
> of type is part of XMLSchema.  

Right, I get that; that's why I was wondering about its use in SCXML (as 
opposed to multiple xsd:keys).

 > I don't know what that group's motivation
> was, though I imagine it makes document validation simpler.  In any

I would guess it's mainly for compatibility with DTDs.

> case, given that that's the way XMLSchema works, it's easiest for us to
> adopt their definition.

OK. My main reason for asking was that for implementations with a 
non-validating XML parser, it's an extra enforcement step for keyspaces 
that I would assume are otherwise naturally separate. (Or at least it is 
if you're going for strict SCXML conformance.)

-- Greg
Received on Thursday, 12 November 2009 23:10:43 GMT

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