RE: Where have the element types gone?
It's not just you. It is implicit in the notion of namespaces, first, and in the idea that if they identify anything, they might identify something architectural. You might want to ask yourself personally why the concept reemerges frequently. If a control emerges, it is usually in response to some form of ontological entanglement that is naturally occurring. len -----Original Message----- From: Tim Bray [mailto:tbray@t...] At 05:55 PM 07/12/01 +0100, Eric van der Vlist wrote: ><xs:element name="isbn" type="pub:isbn"/> >my instance document is: ><book> > <isbn>....</isbn> >... ></book> >and determining that the content of <isbn> is a isbn number as defined by the namespace prefixed as "pub" requires to process the schema. Is it just me, or is there an odor of architectural forms in the room? -Tim
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