RE: Will XML Schema 1.1 get traction?
BTW: I'm not saying proper separation of concerns is a bad thing or that moving the constraints to the schema is a bad thing. In FpML it quite likely is a good thing as far as visibility goes, but the question was *will* it get traction and I assert that it depends on to whom it makes a difference that makes a difference and precisely what the difference is related to organizational goals. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-08-13/business/sns-rt-us-jpmorga n-lawsuitbre87d00y-20120813_1_bond-issue-interest-rates-outstanding-bond s How should rates for swaps be enumerated if they are managed and potentially litigated contract by contract? len
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