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RE: DO on WS vs DO

From: Paul Denning <pauld@mitre.org>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 14:31:11 -0500
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At 02:10 PM 2004-01-14, David Orchard wrote:
>And how does one
>build "mustUnderstand" or "mustIgnore" into the validation logic yet express
>a single schema?

Why a single schema?

Seems like there could be different schemas depending on the context.

For example, a SOAP intermediary by want to validate the SOAP header 
blocks, but use <xs:any> for the body.  The endpoint may want stong 
validation for the body before it does a non-safe operation (like debit a 
bank account).

Perhaps rddl:purpose="..." can be used to find the appropriate xsd that you 
need, assuming a set of xsd's.

(I kind of like the RDDL concept [1]).
[1] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2003Dec/0035.html

Then there is the view that well-formed XML is too much of a constraint:
http://www.rassoc.com/gregr/weblog/archive.aspx?post=694

Paul
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