XQuery treatment of xs:positiveInteger?Till Westmann till.westmann at bea.com
Tue Jul 20 10:40:14 PDT 2004
> How can '2' not be interpreted as xs:positiveInteger? (Adding a "+" > before the arguments doesn't make a difference.) > > Am I missing something totally obvious about use of derived data types, > or is this a parser bug? The problem is not that '2' cannot be interpreted as xs:positiveInteger but that numeric literals that do not contain a '.', 'e', or 'E' are given the type xs:integer. So the constants '2' and '3' are of type xs:integer and that's a supertype of xs:positiveInteger and as such cannot be substituted. Till
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