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Re: union of enumerated values for subtypes

From: Kongyi Zhou <Kongyi.Zhou@oracle.com>
Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2002 12:46:52 -0800
Message-ID: <3C7FE8BB.4E169FC4@oracle.com>
To: Stanley Guan <stanley.guan@oracle.com>
CC: schema-ig w3c <w3c-xml-schema-ig@w3.org>, Schema XML <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>
The spec says the union of facets, which means you need to apply BOTH facets. The effect,
in case of pattern and enumeration, is the same as applying a single facet that has the
intersection of pattern or enumeration values.


Kongyi

Stanley Guan wrote:

>  3.14.3
>
>    Schema Representation Constraint: Simple Type Restriction (Facets)
>
>     R - which restrict another simple type definition (B)
>     S - R's {facets}
>
>     The {facets} of R are the union of S and the {facets} of B, eliminating duplicates.
>     To eliminate duplicates, when a facet of the same kind occurs in both S and the
>     {facets} of B, the one in the {facts} of B is not included, with the exception
>     of enumeration and pattern facets, for which multiple occurrences with distinct
>     values are allowed.
>
> Is the above description for enumeration wrong?  In the description, it seems to
> me the {facets} of R, a subtype of B, will have more choices (i.e., enumerated
> values) allowed than B does, which is a contradiction to what a subtype means.
>
> Am I right?
>
> Thx,
>
> -Stanley

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