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   Linking elements in a document

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  • From: "Raghunandan Havaldar" <rhavaldar@str.com>
  • To: "XML Developers' List" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 16:56:52 -0600


Is there a 'better' way to link elements in a XML 
document ?. - XLL is one option.  

I looked up the 1.0 specs, and got the feeling that
using ID and IDREFS in the DTDs is one simple
method to do this.

I was wondering if i could do: 

<user name="user1/>
<user name="user2"/>
<group name="group1">
<user> LINK to user1 </user>
<user> LINK to user2 </user>

Am looking for an easy method to
do this - so that I can access the users
through a DOM tree by using the 'link'. 
Any possibilities ?.


Raghu Havaldar

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