RE: [all] XML from drupal

Hi Karl,

You are right: the examples in the draft are wrong as per the current definition in the draft.
The definition is: "A required domainPointer attribute that contains a relative selector pointing to a node that contains the domain information."

Good catch.

As for whether or not it should be relative or absolute, I think it should be consistent with the other pointer-like attributes unless there is a compelling reason to be different.


From: Karl Fritsche [] 
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2012 6:47 AM
To: Yves Savourel
Cc: Mauricio del Olmo;
Subject: Re: [all] XML from drupal

Hi Yves,

I'm confused right now. On Tuesday Felix and you fixed the domain example. But If I look at the current examples the domainPointer is still absolute from the root element and not relative from the selector. If the domainPointer is relative, then we couldn't use the meta tag in the head, because the selector points to the body.

selector: selects the nodes to which this rule applies.
domainPointer: pointing to a node that contains the domain information

Shouldn't be both absolute? In XML it is not a problem to add the domain to the selected node, but for HTML it would not so easy, especially when we suggest to use the meta-tag in the head, which is definitely outside the scope of the selector. 

If I'm wrong at least domainPointer is missing in " selector". ;)


On 25.10.2012 13:46, Mauricio del Olmo wrote:
Hi Yves.
Thanks for pointing at it.
I’ve informed of this to Karl (Cocomore) also.
I’ll change the example in the use case.
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De: Yves Savourel [] 
Enviado el: miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2012 23:45
Asunto: RE: [all] XML from drupal
Hi Maurico, all,
One more note on the example here:
The domainPointer attribute in this rule:
<its:domainRule domainPointer="//job[@id=11]/@domain" selector="//job[@id='11']"/>
Is not valid: Pointers are relative selectors (See based on the nodes corresponding to the selector attribute. So should be something like:  
<its:domainRule domainPointer="@domain" selector="//job[@id='11']"/>
Hopefully we can have things like that checked with the ITS schema at some point (maybe it does already).

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