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Dan Vint <email@example.com> writes:
> At 01:20 PM 4/24/2003 +1000, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> > > For me it isn't a hint as much as it is a declaration of conformance and a
> > > label.
> >@schemaLocation is not a declaration of conformance.
> Ok, but it is the closest thing I've been given in the Schema spec.
> > > Thanks for the pointer, but the FPI was just an example. I can live with
> > > unique URLS of any form, but I need them to be required to indicate schema
> > > processing.
> >Add a PI <?RequiresValidation?>
> I'm not looking to make something up, I'm trying to find a standard
> way of doing this. I could have lived with the idea that if you use
> W3C schemas you need the xsi attributes, etc in the data stream. I
> wasn't given that
How not? You are free to define a usage protocol within your
company/consortium/application which _does_ require xsi:schemaLocation
and does _require_ that it be respected. It's easy to check the PSVI
to see that these requirements have been respected.
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
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