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2002/ws/desc/wsdl20 altschemalangs.xml,1.9,1.10

From: Hugo Haas via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2005 15:31:36 +0000
To: public-ws-desc-eds@w3.org
Message-Id: <20050804153136.7BEB44F391@homer.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20
In directory homer:/tmp/cvs-serv5724

Modified Files:
	altschemalangs.xml 
Log Message:
Added prop and comp elemets


Index: altschemalangs.xml
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RCS file: /sources/public/2002/ws/desc/wsdl20/altschemalangs.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.9
retrieving revision 1.10
diff -C2 -d -r1.9 -r1.10
*** altschemalangs.xml	4 Aug 2005 15:24:46 -0000	1.9
--- altschemalangs.xml	4 Aug 2005 15:31:34 -0000	1.10
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*** 4,8 ****
      "-//W3C//DTD Specification V2.2+WSDL//EN"
      "xmlspec.dtd" [
- <!ENTITY component-table SYSTEM "component-table.xml">
  <!ENTITY extra-ack "">
  <!ENTITY % entities SYSTEM "entities.dtd" >
--- 4,7 ----
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*** 164,169 ****
  				<head>DTD</head>
  				<p>A Document Type Definition (DTD) as defined in <bibref ref="XML10"/> may be used as the schema language for WSDL. It may not be embedded; it
!                     must be imported. A namespace must be assigned. DTD types appear in the {element
!                     declarations} property of the Description Component and may be
                      referenced from the <el>wsdl:input</el>, <el>wsdl:output</el> and
                      <el>wsdl:fault</el> elements using the <att>element</att>
--- 163,169 ----
  				<head>DTD</head>
  				<p>A Document Type Definition (DTD) as defined in <bibref ref="XML10"/> may be used as the schema language for WSDL. It may not be embedded; it
!                     must be imported. A namespace must be
! 		    assigned. DTD types appear in the <prop comp="Description">element
!                     declarations</prop> property of the <comp>Description</comp> component and may be
                      referenced from the <el>wsdl:input</el>, <el>wsdl:output</el> and
                      <el>wsdl:fault</el> elements using the <att>element</att>
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*** 244,249 ****
  					<p> The <att>element</att>
  						<emph>attribute information item</emph> MUST be used when referring to an
!                         element definition (&lt;!ELEMENT&gt;) from a Message Reference
!                         component; referring to an element definition from a Interface Fault
                          component is similar. The value of the element definition MUST correspond to
                          the content of the <att>namespace</att>
--- 244,249 ----
  					<p> The <att>element</att>
  						<emph>attribute information item</emph> MUST be used when referring to an
!                         element definition (&lt;!ELEMENT&gt;) from a <comp>Message Reference</comp>
!                         component; referring to an element definition from a <comp>Interface Fault</comp>
                          component is similar. The value of the element definition MUST correspond to
                          the content of the <att>namespace</att>
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*** 263,267 ****
  					<emph>element information item</emph> must match the specified namespace. RELAX
                      NG provides both type definitions and element declarations, the latter appears
!                     in the {element declarations} property of Description Component
                      respectively. The following discussion supplies the prefix rng which is mapped
                      to the URI "http://www.relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0".</p>
--- 263,268 ----
  					<emph>element information item</emph> must match the specified namespace. RELAX
                      NG provides both type definitions and element declarations, the latter appears
!                     in the <prop comp="Description">element declarations</prop> property of
! 		    <comp>Description</comp> component
                      respectively. The following discussion supplies the prefix rng which is mapped
                      to the URI "http://www.relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0".</p>
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*** 416,424 ****
  					<head>References to Element Declarations</head>
  					<p>Whether embedded or imported, the element definitions present in a schema may
!                         be referenced from a Message Reference or Interface Fault component.</p>
! 					<p> A named rng:define definition MUST NOT be referenced from the Message
!                         Reference or Interface Fault components. </p>
! 					<p> A named Relax NG element declaration MAY be referenced from a Message
!                         Reference or Interface Fault component. The QName is constructed from the
                          namespace (<att>ns</att>
  						<emph>attribute information item</emph>) of the schema and the content of
--- 417,425 ----
  					<head>References to Element Declarations</head>
  					<p>Whether embedded or imported, the element definitions present in a schema may
!                         be referenced from a <comp>Message Reference</comp> or <comp>Interface Fault</comp> component.</p>
! 					<p> A named rng:define definition MUST NOT be referenced from the <comp>Message
!                         Reference</comp> or <comp>Interface Fault</comp> components. </p>
! 					<p> A named Relax NG element declaration MAY be referenced from a <comp>Message
!                         Reference</comp> or <comp>Interface Fault</comp> component. The QName is constructed from the
                          namespace (<att>ns</att>
  						<emph>attribute information item</emph>) of the schema and the content of
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