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[Bug 4413] [XDM] Typed value of complex types with simple content

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------- Comment #1 from Norman.Walsh@Sun.COM  2007-05-08 14:07 -------
I'm inclined to agree with Mike. I think we can fix this by changing the third
paragraph of 3.3.1.2 to read:

The types of the items in the typed value of a node are determined as follows.
The process begins with a type, T. If the schema type of the node itself, as
represented in the PSVI, is a complex type with simple content, then T is the
{content type} of the schema type of the node; otherwise, T is the schema type
of the node itself. For each primitive or ordinary simple type T, the W3C XML
Schema specification defines a function M mapping the lexical representation of
a value onto the value itself.
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