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[Bug 4972] [FTUseCase] wrong scope usage in use case XQuery-XPath-Composability

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Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2007 13:13:15 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=4972


pcase@crs.loc.gov changed:

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------- Comment #1 from pcase@crs.loc.gov  2007-10-02 13:13 -------
As Use Case editor I thank the submitters for this and other bugs submitted
addressing the FT Use Cases. Your careful review is greatly appreciated. 

This bug has 2 parts:

1) This bug correctly states there is wrong scope usage: title is already out
of scope. We have made the following modifications to the return statement for
16.2.2 Q2 Full-Text Query Returning Count of Descendant Element Occurrences:
return <book number="{$book/@number}"> 
          {$book/metadata/title,
          for $title in $ct
          return 
             ($title, 
             <number-of-steps> 
                {count($title/..//step)}
             </number-of-steps>)}
       </book>

2) This bug correctly states that in the predicates [] $book is not yet
bound/in scope and should be replaced with ".". We have made the following
modifications to the predicates in Q7 Full-Text Query with Date Comparison and
Element Occurrence Count:
   [((./metadata/publicationInfo/dateIssued > "2000-12-31") 
   or (./metadata/publicationInfo/dateRevised > "2000-12-31")) 
   and count(./metadata/author) > 1]

The Full Text Task Force agreed to modify the use cases as cited above. These
modifications have been made in the October 1 internal version and will appear
in the next public version. If the submitters agree with the modifications,
please mark this bug closed.
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