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Re: Access XML


Re:  Access XML
Jeff Lowery wrote:
>>A namespace name is supposed to be globally unique (at least 
>>if you use it
>>in public documents). If you use a URI scheme without IETF 
>>registration,
>>there's no guarantee whatsoever that the namespace name 
>>indeed *is* globally
>>unique.
>>
>>Julian
> 
> 
> The same can be said of URLs, which are unregistered, and collisions could
> foreseeably happen in domains that are very large. Should every domain
> holder establish a local registry?   

Turn on mod_dav and you'll have your local registry. Before you use a 
namespace you poke a namespace document onto the domain and you've 
claimed that name.

  Paul Prescod



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