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Dare Obasanjo wrote:
>I can't find any where in the W3C XML Schema recommendation where this
It's allowed but...
> but I can understand why a schema validator would want to
>disallow that to reduce implementation complexity. Given that
>xsi:schemaLocation is considered to be a hint, implementations are given
>a lot of leeway in how they treat its contents if at all.
>The Microsoft W3C XML Schema implementations pick the first schema they
>see and associate that with the namespace then ignores the other
The |xsi:schemaLocation also accepts pairs of URIs for authors that wish
to provide references to Schema documents|. In each pair of URIs, the
first is used as a namespace URI and the second as a location for the
schema document. This is one of the three requierments at .
The sister attribute, |xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation, accepts only one
URI as a hint to where the schema document may be located.|
So, this implementation is incorrect ?
XML Schema Part 1: Structures
4.3.2 How schema definitions are located on the Web
4.1 Layer 1: Summary of the Schema-validity Assessment Core