RE: simple case of IRIs for Components in WSDL 2.0

Given this example, isn't it more accurate to say "it's the using in
mixed content"?  If somebody using an xml language with an xs:anyURI
data type, there is no problem.


> The problem is that Pat wants to use parentheses as token delimiters
> *and* he wants URIs not *not* be specially quoted. So there's an
> ambiguity from his perspective. You see this some times in mail
> that "recognize" uris. E.g.,
> 	"""Boris wrote it up (, check it out.""""
> If the program is sticking to the spec the uri highlighted will be:
>, ),
> Which is broken :) "Smart" clients will do:
> via an heuristic, which you clearly can't do for a formal grammar.
> So it's not the balancing, it's the using, especially as a terminating
> character.
> Cheers,
> Bijan.

Received on Tuesday, 18 October 2005 17:08:27 UTC