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   Re: [xml-dev] Who can implement W3C XML Schema ?

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As far as I have understood, it is the design of XML Schema,
what should be better for this - because the Schema does not leave any 
ambiguities for de-/serialization
(this is the reason for the error message "non-deterministic content 
model for type ...", I think)

And I believe the Schemas are designed well in this sense.


Fredrik Lindgren wrote:
> Did they say that the W3C XML Schema specification was better for this, 
> or was it just that the tool support for it is better when it comes to 
> SOAP. Maybe we just need to implement some RELAX NG driven code 
> generators and SOAP tools.
> What do the experts on the list say? Is there anything in the specs that 
> should make people choose W3C XML Schema over RELAX NG for SOAP?  Does 
> the superiority of RELAX NG for documents mean that it is inferior for 
> data?
> /Fredrik Lindgren
> Jiri Jirat wrote:
>> I would like to join the discussion again.
>> I have talked to developers and what I have heard was
>> that their is at least one thing, where XML Schemas/ta are
>> better than Relax NG - when you do deserialization/serialization
>> of objects into SOAP messages.
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