Re: what is the meaning of elementFormDefault="qualified" in a
> > I'll defer to others with more expertise on the W3C schema question > but regarding your test instance, the namespaces specification > section 2.2 forbids what you've put forward for testing: > > http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/REC-xml-names-20060816/#iri-use > The empty string, though it is a legal URI reference, cannot > be used as a namespace name > > The empty string can only be used for the default namespace to > specify no namespace ... it cannot be used for a prefixed namespace. yes, which is what I meant by the line of my email that said: "which by my understanding would be very illegal." But actually I realized that this is allowed (no targetnamespace, elementformdefault qualified on schema). This thing has tripped me up before, it just strikes me as wrong. Cheers, Bryan Rasmussen
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