Re: Namespace: what's the correct usage?
> [MJG] > Agreed in principle, but something needs to be namespace qualified... Yeah, and it is true that the logic is not the only reason ... just like any other human custom. > [MJG] > More SOAP examples? No. Non-SOAP examples, if your time permits. Because I found some familiar names in the SOAP spec and that makes me think of the possibility of the strong connection between the two specs. > I just don't see what the big deal is. Markup languages like XSLT and others > you mention qualify all elements, that's fine. Data serialization may take a > different approach. I think this is also perfectly OK. I don't think there > is any 'correct usage' that applies to all scenarios. I don't understand why you always regard this as "data vs document", as if there is a clear distinction between them. By the way, do you admit that it is a pitfall for many novice authors that elementFormDefault="unqualified" by default? Do you admit that the default value of elementFormDefault is a controversial topic? regards, ---------------------- K.Kawaguchi E-Mail: kohsukekawaguchi@y...
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