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RE: Xml Schema profile

From: Hugh Wallis <xmlschema@standarddimensions.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:59:26 +0100
To: "'Boris Kolpackov'" <boris@codesynthesis.com>, <Simon.Cox@csiro.au>
Cc: <paul@xmlhelpline.com>, <David_E3@VERIFONE.com>, <mike@saxonica.com>, <xmlschema-dev@w3c.org>, <lists@jeffrafter.com>, <paul.downey@bt.com>
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Add XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) / http://www.xbrl.org to
that list. It makes EXTENSIVE use of substitution groups and has done so for
a number of years. 



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Subject: Re: Xml Schema profile


Simon.Cox@csiro.au <Simon.Cox@csiro.au> writes:

> Please do not labour under the impression that substitution groups are 
> a corner of the spec that rarely gets visited.

I was also somewhat surprised seeing this assumption. I did a quick search
on our XML Schema repository which brought up the following well-known
schemas besides the opengeospatiol.org's ones (GML, etc.):

OVAL (Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language) / http://oval.mitre.org
FpML (Financial products Markup Language) / http://www.fpml.org COLLADA
(COLLAborative Design Activity) / http://www.collada.org HR-XML /


Boris Kolpackov
Code Synthesis Tools CC
Open-Source, Cross-Platform C++ XML Data Binding
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