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RE: OT: XML Node-normalization

Subject: RE: OT: XML Node-normalization
From: "Lopez, William" <william.lopez@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 12:15:04 -0500
RE:  OT: XML Node-normalization
What industry? There are repositories of industry DTDs available, i.e. cXML
( http://www.cxml.org/ ), ebXML ( http://www.ebxml.org/ ), OASIS (
http://oasis-open.org/ ), HL7 ( http://www.hl7.org/ ), Acord
(http://www.acord.org/ )

-----Original Message-----
From: Nik Krimm [mailto:nik.krimm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, September 20, 2002 11:13 AM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  OT: XML Node-normalization

Hi all:
There is an office controversy brewing about node normalization - where no
elements have attributes, only dependent nodes.  Supposedly there is an
industry trend toward node normalization, and some are worried that we'll be
out of sync.  However, I have not found any documentation referencing this
'trend' - have you heard anything about this?  Can anyone point to any
resources for this discussion, or even any thoughts either way?
Currently we are using a mix of child nodes and attributes, and this seems
intuitively logical to me - but this is the best argument I can make - I
just like it better. ;-) 

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