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Issues with latest working draft (May 10, 2006) SCXML.xsd schema.

From: Lyndel McGee <Lyndel.McGee@intervoice.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 10:55:21 -0500
Message-ID: <6E80E3E8D788BA4DB7EEFC88FBE9B0130D9EE46A@SRV-EXVS01-DAL.intervoice.int>
To: <www-voice@w3.org>
The following issue are present in the latest WD scxml.xsd.

1. <initial> still calls out a 'src' attribute which is not present in
the specification.
2. <transition> target attribute cast as xsd:IDREF which, in theory
could break templates as examples in specification allow transition out
of template to <state> not contained in template document.
3. <target> still present in schema - Should be removed.
4. <cancel> reference missing from definition of 'executablecontent'
5. <assign> attribute 'location' typed as xsd:Name. As a result of this,
one cannot assign array elements such using location="a[0][1]". Changing
type to xsd:string would solve this issue.
6. <else> incorrectly calls out a body of type "executablecontent".
<else/> has no body.
7. For simpletype 'targettype', the enumeration does not include 'vxml'
or 'ccxml' as called out in section 5.1.1 of specification.




Lyndel McGee




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