RE: Stupid Question (was RE: XML doesn't dese rve it
> ... What I'd like to see are examples and design > patterns that show how subtitution groups and abstract types > can be used to build polymorphic apps that adapt well to > schema evolution. I think that's an excellent suggestion for an addition to the Best Practices web site. There's already some coverage there on Schema versioning (thanks, Priscilla); Schema robusting(?) would go hand-in-hand with that. I offer some thoughts on that subject in soon-to-be published book <?whoTooted?>, but an open discussion of tried and true approaches would certainly educate us all.  http://www.xfront.com/BestPracticesHomepage.html  http://www.manning.com/lowery/index.html
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