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Re: XML dictionary - second try

  • From: Razvan MIHAIU <xml.dev.ro@g...>
  • To: Michael Kay <mike@s...>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 17:06:25 +0200

Re:  XML dictionary - second try
Michael Kay wrote:
>> This looks like what I need, but it is quite complicated... I 
>> was expected something simpler.
> Generic schemas are always more complicated than you expect. That's because
> your requirements are a subset of the requirements of the community as a
> whole, often quite a small subset. A published generic schema will tend to
> be the union of everyone's requirements.
    In that case it might be better to develop my own "quick" version. I 
will have to explain a small set of rules to the partner sites, 
otherwise I need to explain this generic specification which is much 
more complex.

    I am thinking what is the best trade-off.

Razvan N.

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