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[Bug 1856] [F&O] Error FORG0009 seems redundant

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Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 12:03:46 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From mike@saxonica.com  2005-08-18 12:03 -------
I think we put this in deliberately. IIRC, you raised an interesting point
previously about non-hierarchic URIs (for example, URNs); we were also concerned
about the fact that the xs:anyURI type embraces IRIs, whereas the URI resolution
algorithms in RFC2396 and RFC3986 only cover URIs.  We therefore decided to
leave the spec a little open-ended as to exactly which resolution algorithm is
used, and this also leaves open the possibility that such a resolution algorithm
is not defined over the entire domain of the xs:anyURI type.

Also, 3986 says that the base URI must be absolute, so if you use that algorithm
then you would probably expect to get FORG0009 if you supply a non-absolute base

We came to the conclusion that there's a lot of fuzziness in the infrastructure
here, and it's not our remit to sort it out.

Michael Kay
Received on Thursday, 18 August 2005 12:03:48 UTC

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