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Re: XML Versioning


john kamp
Hi there. Have you seen this? One thing I like about this design is that 
the versioning is kept outside of the schema and hence keeps all schemas 
  clear and concise.

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Open XML Markup Compatibility

The Open XML Markup Compatibility specification describes the mechanisms 
that support versioning and extensibility of XML markup. These 
mechanisms are used by the Open Packaging Conventions, the XML Paper 
Specification, and the Windows Presentation Foundation. The XPS Document 
format and the Microsoft Office Open XML Formats also use this 
specification.
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http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/xps/downloads.mspx#EHB

John Kamp

Edgardo Luzcando wrote:
> Could I get some recommendations on good reading about XML versioning?
> I continue to struggle in choosing the "best" way to do this.  If anyone
> has a good do's/don'ts list I would appreciate it.  I am mostly
> concerned with Schemas, but the concept I am looking for is generic.
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> elf


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