Re: Section 5 vs Schema

> The ETF discussed this issue in a recent telcon and would like to 
> propose a change to section 3.4 of the current editors draft[1] to 
> lessen the schema bias in the examples by showing the mapping from 
> programming language compound types to SOAP encoding.


> or as follows if a schema is available
> <e:Book xmlns:e="">
>    <e:author>Henry Ford</e:author>
>    <e:preface>Preface text</e:preface>
>    <e:intro>Henry Ford</e:intro>
> </e:Book>

If a schema is available is the following also (still) valid?
   <e:Book xmlns:e=""
    <enc:string>Henry Ford</enc:string>
     <enc:string>Preface text</enc:string>
    <enc:string>Henry Ford</enc:string>

And various mix-and-match combinations of the two?

Zolera Systems,
Information Integrity, XML Security

Received on Friday, 25 January 2002 10:31:04 UTC