Object-oriented serialization (Was Re: Some questions)

David Megginson david at megginson.com
Fri Dec 3 14:22:02 GMT 1999

Matthew Gertner <matthew at praxis.cz> writes:

> David Megginson wrote:

> > How does the schema tell me that foo represents a container for a
> > collection of objects, bar represents an object, and hack and flurb
> > represent the object's properties?
> The point is not what the current schema draft allows, it is whether it
> would be feasible and appropriate to represent this information in XML
> schemas, as Paul rightly stated. My opinion is that it would be fairly
> trivial and extremely useful.

Would you require schema processing, then, for object exchange (or in
other words, would there be no equivalent of the DTD-less XML

All the best,


David Megginson                 david at megginson.com

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