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Re: A question about XML-Schema

Thanks -- so restriction is transitive.
But at this time, I sincerely do not see why upa should have anything to
do with it -- they seem quite orthogonal -- and any subtyping *should* be
defined *always* in such a way that transitivity holds -- I will check up
sometime soon.

<warning>speaking for himself only</warning>

thanks and regards - murali.

On Fri, 8 Jun 2001, Henry S. Thompson wrote:

> > Is restriction in xml-schema transitive?? -- in other words, if a type
> > Type_B is obtained by restriction from Type_A, and Type_C is obtained by
> > restriction from Type_B, then is the following statement true: "Type_C can
> > always be obtained by restriction from Type_A"
> It's true, because of the Unique Particle Attribution constraint.
> ht
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