Java class != XML entity
david at megginson.com
Thu Aug 13 14:25:04 BST 1998
len bullard writes:
> If wrong, kick me. An ns attribute addresses a schema.
> That schema defines the namespace.
The namespace URI is simply a unique prefix that can be shared by a
collection of names -- it is not guaranteed to point to anything at
all (some people wanted to *forbid* it from pointing to anything), nor
is it guaranteed that all names with the same prefix are defined by
the same schema (or by any explicit schema).
> PS: I promise to read XML-Data ASAP.
I'd recommend starting with DCD, which is newer.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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