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{disallowed substitutions} with a simple type definition?

From: Stanley Guan <Stanley.Guan@oracle.com>
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2002 11:32:34 -0800
Message-ID: <3C360352.C2A2A3EE@oracle.com>
To: Schema XML <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>
3.3.4 Element Declaration Validation Rules

4.3 The ·local type definition· must be validly derived from the {type
definition} given the union
                of the {disallowed substitutions} and the {type
definition}'s {prohibited substitutions}, as
                defined in Type Derivation OK (Complex) (§3.4.6) (if it
is a complex type definition), or given
                {disallowed substitutions} as defined in Type Derivation
OK (Simple) (§3.14.6) (if it is a
                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
                simple type definition).

Does anyone know what this "{disallowed substitutions}as defined in Type
Derivation
OK (Simple)" is?

I know about the {disallowed substituitions} with an element declaration
and
{prohibited substitutions} with a complex type definition.  But, what is
the
{disallowed substituitions} associated with a simple type defintion?

Thx,

-Stanley
Received on Friday, 4 January 2002 14:32:50 GMT

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