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Re: Can XML Schemas do this?


Re:  Can XML Schemas do this?
Eric van der Vlist wrote:

> I think that the additional complexity is overstated. SAX is my favorite
> XML API and I find it much more robust (and only slightly more complex)
> to never rely on the relative order of children elements. 

Highly application-dependent.

<procedure><name>Replace Part#13316 in Boeing 777 Wing</name>
   <steps>
     <step>Ensure electrical systems are inactive per testID 32297</step>
     <step>Ensure no fuel vapor concentrations per testID 35151</step>
     <step>Open hatch and stick your head inside</step>
     </steps>
   </procedure>

Sometimes order matters -Tim


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