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On Wed, Dec 18, 2002 at 04:38:04PM -0500, Mike Champion wrote:
> This seems perfectly sensible to me. It's a way for vendors to say "we
> support the standards as written, but we encourage our customers to use the
> profiles that avoid the ratholes ." Also, I'm sure it is no coincidence
> that .NET's XML tools appear to be focused on the subset of XML that SOAP
You mean � is part of SOAP XML subset ? You also mean that SOAP
requires to not normalize end of line and attribute values ? I really
neet to go back reviewing it to object before PR request then !
Sounds more like Database driven drift than SOAP in that case.
I'm sure it is no coincidence that .NET's XmlTextReader appear to be
focused on what Microsoft would like XML to be, but is not...
Right I still didn't digested the XmlTextReader.Normalize ugly trick :-(
> [Wondering what Microsoft put the in beer at XML 2002 last week ... I can't
> believe I'm arguing on the side of the Borg twice in one week ;-) ]
Guiness is good for you, but I wonder what kind of CoolAid you drank ;-)
beware of sponsored drinks ...
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