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Ok. That 'loosens the coupling' more than I would expect
but I understand what you want.
From: Peter Rodgers [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Wed, 2004-05-19 at 16:48, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> I don't understand that. You are saying that the decision
> to name the top level element is too constraining?
Yes - In the context where we want to auto-generate a WSDL description
for a document-based WS with the option to allow a user to supply a
hand-crafted override schema at a later time.
Actually I've probably been barking up the wrong tree.
David Carlisle just suggested:
>for wsdl you don't need such a schema do you? Can't you just say that
>your input has type xs:anyType ?
This is probably the correct angle of attack.
Thanks for the suggestions.