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Re: Minor comments for Last Call drafts of 20011018

From: Joseph Reagle <reagle@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 15:17:26 -0500
To: "Takeshi Imamura" <IMAMU@jp.ibm.com>
Cc: "Hiroshi Maruyama" <MARUYAMA@jp.ibm.com>, xenc <xml-encryption@w3.org>
Message-Id: <20011212201727.52B5E92F@policy.w3.org>
On Wednesday 12 December 2001 12:08, Takeshi Imamura wrote:
> Yes, but you can just remove "e" from the text as "Prefix and namespace
> name of each namespace that is in scope for the first element node in
> <em>X</em>."

e is removed.

> >> >Name and value of each entity [is this the formal definion of entity
> >> > from xml1.0 or something else -JR] that is effective for the XML
> >> > document causing X.
> >I think you mean parameter entity then?
> No, I mean not parameter entity but general entity, especially parsed
> entity.

This still leaves me confused: the entity part and the "effective". I 
expect the "parsing context" is a DOM specific term, is there something we 
can reference there?

> >> You added to the above text the EncryptedKey element being identified.
> >> Because this transform does nothing for the element, I believe it does
> >> not make sense.
> >
> >I've lost the context for this issue. You are advocating that we remove
>
> the
>
> >XPointer text, right?
>
> No, rather, I advocate we should support XPointer.  But, I believe we
> don't have to support all of the XPointer, like XML Signature.

Ok.

The REQUIRED URI attribute value of the dcrpt:Except element MUST be a 
non-empty same-document URI reference [URI] (i.e., a number sign ('#') 
character followed by a fragment identifier) or XPointer expression (as 
profiled by [XML-Signature, Section 4.3.3.2]) and identify an 
enc:EncryptedData or enc:EncryptedKey element.



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