Re: Non locator use of URIs
XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 error identifiers are URIs that are not required (or expected?) to be resolvable. Hope this helps, Jim At 12/24/2005 09:46 AM, Elliotte Harold wrote: >I'm collecting a list of non-locating, identifying uses of URIs. e.g. >where are URIs used in practice as identifying strings? So far I have: > >XML Namespaces >SAX Feature and Properties >Atom IDs >RDF/Owl/SemWeb >XML encryption data types and algorithms >XML canonicalization algorithms > > >Can anyone add to this list? The criterion is that the URI is not >necessarily resolvable, and not intended primarily to be resolved. It's OK >is some can be (e.g. RDDL documents for XML namespaces) as long as it >doesn't have to be to serve its main function. ======================================================================== Jim Melton --- Editor of ISO/IEC 9075-* (SQL) Phone: +1.801.942.0144 Co-Chair, W3C XML Query WG; F&O (etc.) editor Fax : +1.801.942.3345 Oracle Corporation Oracle Email: jim dot melton at oracle dot com 1930 Viscounti Drive Standards email: jim dot melton at acm dot org Sandy, UT 84093-1063 USA Personal email: jim at melton dot name ======================================================================== = Facts are facts. But any opinions expressed are the opinions = = only of myself and may or may not reflect the opinions of anybody = = else with whom I may or may not have discussed the issues at hand. = ========================================================================
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