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Re: <xs:attribute use='prohibited'> question

From: Jeffery B. Rancier <jeff.rancier@softechnics.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 13:42:41 -0400
To: marktt@excite.com
Cc: xmlschema-dev@w3.org, Message-Id@dr-nick.w3.org: <20031022151416.226FC3DED@xmxpita.excite.com>
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"Mark Thomson" <marktt@excite.com> writes:

> When a local <xs:attribute> element has a use="prohibited" attribute, 
> are other attributes allowed to be present? (in particular, is type="..." allowed?)
>
> If yes, then what is the need for type information if the attribute is
>  not allowed to occur in the schema instance?

I would think this could be used as a 'to be implemented' kind of
mechanism.  'prohibited' until other pieces are ready.

Jeff
Received on Wednesday, 22 October 2003 15:22:39 GMT

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