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Rich Salz wrote:
> UDDI/XSD-C14N will probably be as succesful as the rest of UDDI
I'm not sure that XSD-C14N (usually known as SCC14N) will be that tied to UDDI.
It is rather useful whenever one needs some form of C14N (usually for security
reasons) when writing out PSVI data. For instance an attribute of type xs:float
which has a lexical value of "1.0" in the original document might not round-trip
to "1.0", therefore it's useful to know whether or not there has been a loss in
the middle, or if "0.99...6" is ok.
Robin Berjon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Research Engineer, Expway
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