Re: Re: What is the best way to cast integer to string
Mike wrote: > I'm using "untyped" as a convenient shorthand for "typed as > xs:anyType in the case of elements or xs:untypedAtomic in the case > of attributes." To clarify, the data model makes the distinction between the type of the node (dm:type()) and the type of the typed value (dm:typed-value()) of the node. An "untyped attribute" has the type xs:anySimpleType, but the type of its typed value is xdt:untypedAtomic. In the current data model, an "untyped element" has the type xs:anyType and the type of its typed value is xdt:untypedAtomic. Note that it is perfectly possible for an element or attribute to have been validated and still have a typed value of type xdt:untypedAtomic. For example, it could be an element declared with the type xs:anyType or an attribute declared with the type xs:anySimpleType. Also any element declared as having mixed content has a typed value with the type xdt:untypedAtomic. Cheers, Jeni --- Jeni Tennison http://www.jenitennison.com/ XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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