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Umm.. not my post. It's a post I replied to. I understand
dynamic late bound systems.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
You did indeed get the address idea right. CAM allows you to customize the
layouts and tags to the local community - while retaining references to the
global dictionary definitions. This is much cleaner than namespaces BTW.
Quoting "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
But the flexibility of XML is that it can be heterogenous. . . and how to
understand when you will get what structure is the purpose of attributes. .
. so the more context sensitive XML modeler (who understands the
requirements first) might use:
for US address, and the the following for UK addresses:
I am not aware of a way to use Schema to enforce a substructure based on a
value in an attribute, but from the short look at CAM that I have done, this
seems to be exactly what it was designed to do. . . combine snippets of
variants together into a complete document that is very context aware.
David, did I get that right?