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[Bug 20593] New: [XSCDTS] errors in catalog.xsd and catalog.xml

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Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2013 01:24:33 +0000
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            Bug ID: 20593
           Summary: [XSCDTS] errors in catalog.xsd and catalog.xml
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: XML Schema
           Version: unspecified
          Hardware: PC
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: SCDS: XML Schema Component Designators
          Assignee: holstege@mathling.com
          Reporter: cmsmcq@blackmesatech.com
        QA Contact: www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org

Created attachment 1306
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a modified catalog.xsd file

The schema document for the SCDS test suite catalog has a number of errors. 

1 There are two top-level elements named paths; one is used as a child of
'test' in the catalog itself and the other is used in the paths files pointed
to from the main catalog.  In the attached modification of catalog.xsd, I have
made both 'schema' and 'paths' local to 'test'.

2 In the complex type for 'test', the attribute declarations had slipped down
past the end-tag of the complexType, so they were its younger siblings instead
of being its children.

3 The declarations of the types of canonical-section and selected-section lack
groups around the single child element particles.  I've wrapped them in

4 The selected-section element appears to be have been caught in the middle of
changing from a local declaration to a reference to a global declaration, or
vice versa:  it has ref="this:selected-section", but it contains a type
declaration, and there is no top-level declaration for the reference to point

5 The declarations for complex types canonicalPathType and selectedPathType use
prefxed names in their 'name' attributes, instead of unprefixed names as
required by the spec.

When these changes are made, Xerces J and Saxon accept the schema document and
complain that the includes-builtins attribute is missing from each occurrence
of  'test'.  (The catalog.xml file uses the name 'include-builtins'.  Since the
name in the declaration seems more declarative, I have changed the attributes
in the catalog instance, not the declaration.  When that is done, catalog.xml
becomes schema-valid.)

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