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FW: W3C Standards Inquiry

From: Ofir Daniel <ofir.daniel@amdocs.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 09:15:30 +0300
Message-ID: <9672C694208A7B45AF96B8466CB68A71BDED78@tlvmail6.corp.amdocs.com>
To: <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>

Can you assist with this matter, Dan Connolly referred this to you:

Hello,

I would like to verify that the XSDs I have written are indeed aligned
with W3C standards.
The reason I am refereeing this mail to use is due to the fact that
according to our verification tool (XMLSPY 2004) the XSD is valid, but
according to another tool (which is a member of W3C too), the XSD isn't.
If this is the wrong address for this kind of question, please refer me
to the appropriate one and accept my apologies beforehand.

1) Can a restriction element with base:int or base:double have a
minLength | maxLength element? Or is it just for base:string.
Note that the following def. is taken from the link
http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#defn-basetype.
 
XML Representation Summary: restriction Element Information Item
<restriction
  base = QName
  id = ID
  {any attributes with non-schema namespace . . .}>
  Content: (annotation?, (simpleType?, (minExclusive | minInclusive |
maxExclusive | maxInclusive | totalDigits | fractionDigits | length |
minLength | maxLength | enumeration | whiteSpace | pattern)*))
</restriction>

2) Can a complexType contain an element which will contain another
complexType ?
3) Do you have any regulations of redundancy (circulations) between XSDs
by using xsd:include or xsd:reference ? A scenario where A.xsd points to
B.xsd which points to C.xsd which points back to A.xsd


regards,
Ofir Daniel
Product Support Officer
Order Management System (OMS)
Amdocs Product Development Organization (APDO)
Office +972 (0)9 77-64529 Mobile +972 (0)52 838-3488

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Connolly [mailto:connolly@w3.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 11:16 PM
To: Ofir Daniel
Subject: Re: W3C Standards Inquiry

On Tue, 2004-07-13 at 12:34, Ofir Daniel wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I would like to verify that the XSDs I have written are indeed aligned

> with W3C standards.
> The reason I am refereeing this mail to use is due to the fact that
> according to our verification tool (XMLSPY 2004) the XSD is valid, but

> according to another tool (which is a member of W3C too), the XSD
> isn't.
> If this is the wrong address for this kind of question, please refer
> me to the appropriate one and accept my apologies beforehand.

This looks like a good question for xmlschema-dev

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/xmlschema-dev/

> 
>      1. Can a restriction element with base:int or base:double have a
>         minLength | maxLength element? Or is it just for base:string.
>         Note that the following def. is taken from the link
>         http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#defn-basetype.
>          
>         XML Representation Summary: restriction Element Information
>         Item
>        
>         <restriction
>           base = QName
>           id = ID
>           {any attributes with non-schema namespace . . .}>
>           Content: (annotation?, (simpleType?, (minExclusive |
>         minInclusive | maxExclusive | maxInclusive | totalDigits |
>         fractionDigits | length | minLength | maxLength | enumeration
>         | whiteSpace | pattern)*))
>         </restriction>
>        
>        
>      2. Can a complexType contain an element which will contain
>         another complexType ?
>      3. Do you have any regulations of redundancy (circulations)
>         between XSDs by using xsd:include or xsd:reference ? A
>         scenario where A.xsd points to B.xsd which points to C.xsd
>         which points back to A.xsd.
> 
> regards,
> Ofir Daniel
> Product Support Officer
> Order Management System (OMS)
> Amdocs Product Development Organization (APDO) Office +972 (0)9
> 77-64529 Mobile +972 (0)52 838-3488
> 
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--
Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/




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