XSchema Spec Section 2.2, Draft 1

Chris Maden crism at oreilly.com
Wed Jun 10 17:16:10 BST 1998

> Chris Maden wrote:
> > I believe XSC:id to be redundant; by default, an attribute is
> > assumed to belong to the element on which it is found.  Attributes
> > should only need qualification when they're somehow foreign to the
> > element type, as global attributes (like xml:lang) are.
> XSC:id is for element constraint declarations, no? Are you reading a
> different spec than the one I am reading?

Yes.  My comment was unclear; I was referring only to the namespace
qualifier on XSC:id.  It should just be "id".

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