Namespace Usage Question
I did some searching for publicly known namespaces (schema in particular) which use the flexibility of URI references by either being non-absolute or having a fragment. In other words, one of the following cases: A. xmlns:foo="relative" B. xmlns:foo="http://somehost/somepath#fragment" C. xmlns:foo="relative#fragment" I've seen a few of class A in examples, but I haven't found a schema using A. As for B and C, I'm still looking for a schema that uses fragments as part of its URI reference. Perhaps I'm not looking hard enough.... Any pointers would be helpful. I'm not interested in a debate on the merits, just interested in those who may have used this XML namespace feature in the "real world" and perhaps a description of why. I will summarize private responses with this header in a few days time. Kind Regards, Clark -- Clark C. Evans Axista, Inc. http://www.axista.com 800.926.5525 XCOLLA Collaborative Project Management Software
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