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Andrew S. Townley writes:
> . . .
> I re-read the XSD spec in this area and hacked around with some examples
> using xmllint, just so I could prove the way I thought it should work.
> If our intent is to allow only elements defined in subsequent versions
> of said schema to be used within the extension point, as I understand
> the mechanism, the value of processContents for the any refrence MUST be
> "lax". This ensures that a client with an older version of the schema
> can validate my new message containing the hot salami, and my newer
> client can correctly determine if my message contains salami past the
> sell-by date, because it knows about the new element(s).
> Like I said, based on a few examples, this works the way I would
> expect. However, I was wondering if the great wide world could see any
> potential problems with using a value of "lax" to achieve what we
That's precisely what processContents="lax" was designed for, you're
doing the 'right thing'.
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
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