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RE: attributes of complexTypes' hiearchy

From: Margaretha Price <MPRICE1@ebmail.gdeb.com>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 15:00:20 -0600
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To: W3C XML Schema Comments list <www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org>

Ooops, I meant elements (our attributes in another encoding becomes XML
elements  - not XML attribute).  So, the revised comment is:

  If "all" is chosen  the XML representation of a model group,the instance
  data can have the elements in any order.  However, this freedom in the
  order of elements is limitted only within a complex type.

  In our data model, we define large hierarchical structures (levels of
  complex types extensions) where we do not want to restrict the order of
  their elements.  Can the rules of ordering be extended across complex
  type extensions?

  thank you,
  Margie





"Ashok Malhotra" <ashokma@microsoft.com> on 05/16/2002 01:45:57 PM

To:    "Margie Price" <mprice1@ebmail.gdeb.com>, "W3C XML Schema Comments
        list" <www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org>
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Subject:    RE: attributes of complexTypes' hiearchy


Attributes can always occur in any order.  You do not have to do naything
special.
Ashok

  -----Original Message-----
  From: Margie Price [mailto:mprice1@ebmail.gdeb.com]
  Sent: Thu 5/16/2002 9:44 AM
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  Subject: attributes of complexTypes' hiearchy



  If "all" is chosen  the XML representation of a model group,the instance
  data can have the attributes in any order.  However, this freedom in the
  order of attributes is limitted only within a complex type.

  In our data model, we define large hierarchical structures (levels of
  complex types extensions) where we do not want to restrict the order of
  their attributes.  Can the rules of ordering be extended across complex
  type extensions?

  Margie Price
  mprice1@ebmail.gdeb.com
Received on Monday, 20 May 2002 17:41:31 GMT

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