About XML document linkage and Schemas.

Mark Birbeck Mark.Birbeck at iedigital.net
Thu Nov 25 19:33:07 GMT 1999

Didier PH Martin wrote:
> And in the same vein: how do we link a document to its meta data?

Since you can never know all the occurrences of the meta data for a
document, I would have thought this is impossible. Of course you could
link to the meta data you happen to know about, but then it gives the
appearance of completeness when there is none. Shouldn't you just link
the meta data to the document, for which RDF is very suitable?



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