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Alessandro Triglia wrote:
> Michael Champion wrote:
>>"Just about any XML object" may be the operative phrase here.
>>Can ASN.1 systems handle mixed content and open content
>>models, e.g. XHTML?
> Yes. When translating from XML Schema to ASN.1 using X.694, the resulting
> ASN.1 has roughly the same ability to "describe" a class of XML documents as
> the original schema.
> ("Roughly" here means that ASN.1 lacks some minor features such as
> identity-constraint definitions. On the other hand, ASN.1 has extra
> features that don't correspond to anything in XML Schema.)
X.694 can support W3C XML Schema such as UBL  and PLM , both of
which are quite large and use a number of schema features (the latter,
PLM, uses more).
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