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   Re: [xml-dev] What kind of trap is XPointer?

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"bryan" <bry@itnisk.com> writes:

> Just a quick question
> When you said: "if you find a [validation root] property on the Element
> Information Item " I didn't think there was anything to do with a
> validation root that you could put on an Element Information Item in the
> original Infoset, so I went to look, not noticing it.
> Can you point me to a specification that describes how the validation
> root is assigned as a property to an Element Information Item

Sorry to be too brief -- it's a PSVI property, guaranteed
to be there on any Info Item which a schema-aware processor has
> is there in fact anything keeping it from being in the Document
> Information Item)?

Yes, on balance, because it's on _every_ II that's been
schema-processed, and schema-processing doesn't ever touch the DII.
Also, since schema-validity assessment can start at _any_ EII in the
document, not just the document element.

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