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Ed Day wrote:
> So as a use case, I would refer to the ASN.1 gateway example
> presented earlier. Are you saying that if a user creates a
> message (document) specified as an <xsd:all> with three
> elements a, b, and c and chooses to send them in the order b,
> a, c, that this order must be preserved as it passes through
> the various gateways to its final destination? If this is
> the case, I would agree there in no ASN.1 equivalent.
Yes. However, this is handled in EXTENDED-XER through the USE-ORDER
encoding instruction. See:
By the way, the ASN.1 standards are available for free at:
except X.693 Amd. 1 (EXTENDED-XER), which should be available at this
address in about three weeks.