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   Re: NOTATION Example (was Re: Binary Data in XML)

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  • From: "Amit Rekhi" <amitr@abinfosys.com>
  • To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 1 Oct 1998 16:45:04 +0530

>others are unparsed entities and PI targets which I can also give examples
of if anyone would like.

Could you pass on some examples of notation use with PI targets?

>    <!NOTATION USDATE SYSTEM "http://www.schema.net/usdate.not">
>    <!NOTATION AUSDATE SYSTEM "http://www.schema.net/ausdate.not">
>    <!NOTATION ISODATE SYSTEM "http://www.schema.net/isodate.not">

I was wondering what these system identifiers contain. Are they validation
routines that would check syntax of  the content of elements with which they
are attached. (provided the notations are used in attributes as you
suggested in your example) eg. would  the system identifier
http://www.schema.net/usdate.not check the element content with which it is
attached for USDATE syntax?


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