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XML-Data vs. XML Schema

From: Steve Willis <Steve.Willis@us.michelin.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 11:41:16 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <023283D4803F0005*/c=us/admd=advantis/prmd=michelin/o=us-mta/ou=usln/s=Willis-N524071/g=Steve/@MHS>
To: xmlschema-dev <xmlschema-dev@w3c.org>

Last November I went to a XML class in which they taught XML-Data representation of XML Schemas.  In looking at the w3c XML Schema primer listed on your page there seems to be some significant differences in what I was taught and what seems to be recommended by the w3c.  I've not been able to find something that describes what one is vs. the other and what the current acceptance of it is in the industry today.  I'd like to board the ship destined to a port rather than the bottom of the ocean so if you can give some guidence on the current acceptance and future of each of these specifications I'd appreciate it.


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