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   Re: More namespaces perversion

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  • From: "Bill la Forge" <b.laforge@jxml.com>
  • To: "Ron Bourret" <rbourret@dvs1.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de>, <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 17:17:22 -0400

From: Ron Bourret <rbourret@dvs1.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de>
>> [Peter Murray-Rust]:
>> This looks as if it should map trivially into XSchema (Ron, Simon???)
>> XSchema comes out this week, I think - I'm not suggesting it should be
>> altered to fit this - more that this - along with help could be the first
>This sort of information would easily fit in an XSchema file, currently
>the More element, although in a later version it would probably get and
>of its own, either for inclusion under an ElementDecl or possibly
>under XSchema (I'll have to think about that one).
>However, somebody (Bill LaForge?) thought that this stuff probably
shouldn't go
>in the schema file, as it is application-specific, not schema specific.
>is, while you would presumably have a single schema for a given document
>you would probably have multiple bindings.  (Please correct me if I've
>this wrong.)

Sounds right to me. -Bill

>Of course, there's nothing to stop you from naming bindings and keeping
>different binding sets in a single schema file, but at some point I have to
>wonder why you need the schema information at all.  Does an application
>uses element bindings also need the other schema information, such as
>model and attributes?  It strikes me that the application generating the
>bindings is more likely to need schema information than an application
using the

To restate this slightly, the XSchema is needed at the time the mapping
from XML to application is defined. In the case of Coins, that is
time. The bindings are used subsequently to connect the elements with the
generated code and the application classes.

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