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[Bug 11230] src-ta should have a similar wording as src-element.3

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Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2010 11:05:45 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Andreas Meissl <am_spamfaenger@gmx.at> 2010-11-05 11:05:45 UTC ---
I think my comment wasn't clear enough. The minor problem I see in the spec is
the difference between src-element clause 3 and src-ta. Both are about the very
same thing: 

An <element> / <alternative> must not have both a type attribute and a
<complexType> or <simpleType> child. Schema for schemas only allows either a
<complexType> or <simpleType> but not both. So the schema representation
constraint only needs to forbid a type attribute in combination with a
<complexType>/<simpleType> child. 

If the schema representation constraint is even more strict it's okay, but i
think there should be no difference between how it is worded in src-element
clause 3 and in src-ta, because both are about exactly the same problem.

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