Why SAX needs namespace support
jborden at mediaone.net
Wed Jan 27 12:19:33 GMT 1999
JABR Technology Corp.
> I'm all for fully qualified names, but I don't see why we should
> repeat the
> error of using "http://" names for things that are not accessible via the
> HTTP protocol. What's wrong with
> Or is this overkill anyway? Why not just say that names beginning with
> "sax:" are reserved?
uris aren't required to the http: prefix, nor are they required to employ
DNS for name resolution. for example:
"urn:org:sax" are both perfectly acceptable namespace uris.
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