RE: Can anyURI be empty?
> If it couldn't, it would be wrong. An empty string is a valid URI. On this, like so many other things, RFC 2396 is a total disaster. An empty string is not valid according to the BNF syntax, but the RFC gives detailed semantics for what it means (detailed semantics, though very imprecise semantics). And the schema REC doesn't help. It has the famous note saying that the definition places "only very modest obligations" on an implementation, and it doesn't say what those obligations are. Michael Kay
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