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Re: The <any/> element: bane of security or savior of versioni

  • From: "Stephen Green" <stephengreenubl@g...>
  • To: "Fraser Goffin" <goffinf@g...>, "noah_mendelsohn@u..." <noah_mendelsohn@u...>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 14:22:28 +0100

Re:  The <any/> element: bane of security or savior of versioni
In short there are two notable opposing forces resulting from the extension
and pruning methods we've discussed

A. the need to ensure to some extent that there is nothing essential in the
parts which will be pruned out by your application - a profiling mechanism

B. the need to ensure that some method will exist to allow 'must
understand' to be
applied and properly handled even to something within an extension (which would
otherwise be pruned) - an exception mechanism perhaps

Stephen Green

SystML, http://www.systml.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 117 9541606

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matthew+22:37 .. and voice

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