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RE: [xml-dev] Will XML Schema 1.1 get traction?

Given the FpML case where the value constraints can vary by contract, by
state, or internationally the usability of a standard set of value
assertions is less, correct?  In this case, the need for a separately
citable enumerated list is greater, correct?

IOW, the utility of XSD 1.1 varies by the locale and application per the
actual business rules that prevail in a business or contract by type,
correct?  So unless one can make the case for some n number of stable
constraint sets, it is better as Rick suggests to keep the enumerations
in separate but (as I am pointing out) citable therefore standard value

OTW, the citation of XSD 1.1 for n Business isn't buying the regulator

It is important given a market that may claim web applications for
regulatory systems (say SEC) improve or provide real transparency.  In
fact, the devil is in the details and the person who makes the decisions
may not be a regulator.  They may be Andrew or the Technical Committee
and their requirements real or imagined may not be regulation.

It's of little value to provide constraint systems that don't constrain
the value of note provably.


-----Original Message-----
From: G. Ken Holman [mailto:g.ken.holman@gmail.com] On Behalf Of G. Ken
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 7:06 AM
To: XML-Dev Mailing list
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Will XML Schema 1.1 get traction?

<snip />

They won't be able to do that if XSD 1.1 is used to express 
enumerations and other value constraints that are fluid for users.

Whether XSD 1.1 is needed otherwise for structural and lexical 
constraints remains to be seen, but I don't think there are 
requirements yet expressed that require us to explore that now.  XSD 
1.0 seems expressive enough for the simple relationships that exist 
from having used ISO/IEC 15000-5 Core Component Technical 
Specification as the modeling methodology.

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

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