Rick Jelliffe ricko at allette.com.au
Thu Jun 10 16:47:27 BST 1999

 From: Brandt Dainow <bd at internet-etc.com>

>However, this could create problems for people who have already
>schemas to Microsoft's spec - forcing Microsoft to support both schema
>standards.  Another problem which could occur after standardisation if
>you're trying to develop W3C-compliant schemas on a Microsoft product
>an older MSXML object which supports only MS Schemas.  We have two ways
>around this - namespaces is the most obvious

If I get this right, they are changing the namespace URI in order to use
a different schema syntax. So they are not using namespaces as universal
names, but as the names of a schema in a particular schema language, as
I am saying.

Rick Jelliffe

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