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XSLT: datatype problems (*)

From: Jerome Euzenat <Jerome.Euzenat@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 16:41:11 +0100
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To: www-webont-wg@w3.org
Cc: Mike Dean <mdean@bbn.com>


	still no answer to my question so I insist a bit:

In his message (Guide question (OneOf) (was Re: OWL datatyping and 
exam) of 12/01/2003,
Jim Hendler wrote:
>p.s. Jerome makes a good point, if oneOf can be used for datatypes, 
>we should show an example (perhaps in the datatype section) since 
>this will be a relatively complex construction - but very useful 
>(use case: saying a value must be the string "a", the string "b", 
>the string "c" or the string "d" would be very valuable in 
>recognizing legal answers for your online 'Who wants to be a 

Indeed I recall my remark because this is the place that I cannot 
translate from the XML syntax. The problem is that I have no example 
of expressing the oneOf parseType="collection" containing a set of 

It appears that the RDF/XML syntax only allows nodes (and no 
litterals) within parseType="collection". This is a modification from 
the rdf:li construct of the former recommendation that allowed 
litterals in collections.

It seems important if we wish to constrain the value of an attribute 
to be among a set of litteral. So I will put a mail to RDFCore if 
they want to consider this problem.

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