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[Bug 10291] Test /SchemaImport/SchemaImportProlog/modules-schema-context should accept XPTY0004 as valid result

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Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2010 18:22:04 +0000
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--- Comment #5 from Markos Zaharioudakis <markos_za@yahoo.com>  2010-09-09 18:22:03 ---
We all agree there is a problem. I understand that from a user's point of view,
throwing an error in a situation like this is not good. But, given the current
spec, I don't see how an error can be avoided without any
implementation-defined extensions. 

What is proposed in comment #4 is a modification to the spec, right? In this
case, why extend the dynamic context only? Why not do the same for the static
context as well? This would allow more query optimizations during compile time.

Another possible solution is to provide for public and private schema imports.
If a module A imports a schema "publicly", that schema become visible to any
other module that imports A. Just a thought ....

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