Another look at namespaces
murata.makoto at fujixerox.co.jp
Tue Sep 21 03:52:45 BST 1999
>> Just like the semistructured database, application programs should
>> never rely on schemata. If they do, they would discriminate invalid
>> documents, which are a lot more common in the WWW. Let' use
>> schemata only for sanity-checking.
>I can only conclude that, in your world view, reliable information
>interchange is not (or should not be) the uppermost priority for the
>development of W3C standards. I'd be astonished if the e-commerce
>community, for example, went along with that idea!
I am afraid that I have not made myself clear.
I am not saying that application programs rely on schemata when they
write application programs.
I am just saying no information in schemata should be leaked to
application programs at *RUN TIME*.
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