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Henry S. Thompson wrote:
>> In our opinion the detection of a non-deterministic model
>> as an error in a DTD or Schema would be wrong, and we will
>> not implement this.
> It is important to understand that this is a clear statement on the
> part of the manufacturer that they don't care about interop. The
> REC is the only thing that stands as a stable point for achieving
well, i'm no fan of the UPA rules in schema, but XMLSpy simply ignoring
UPA when *validating* schemas themselves isn't at all /helpful/,
specially given how many people rely upon it as their primary schema
development tool. IMO XMLSpy should at least provide a 'UPA on/off'
switch and make it obvious when a schema breaks UPA.