I am not sure if we really want to leave the following
unchanged in the schema:
respect to #1 above, please see
I think we should be referencing the official version
of xmldsig-core-schema.xsd instead of the snapshot we have been
maintaining at our web site.
With respect to #2 above, I am not able to find any
official xlink.xsd on the W3C web site. We will have to continue to use
our own version located at our web site unless someone can identify the
location for an official version of xlink.xsd.
With respect to #3 above, please see
We may want to use "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"
as the schema location since that is the official SOAP 1.1 schema. The
only potential issue is that the former includes Annotation and you have
previously mentioned that some parsers used by members of the interop team
cannot deal with Annotation.
I also notice two minor problems in the References
1. The correct URL for BPSS should be http://www.ebxml.org/specs/ebBPSS.pdf
2. Xlink has been a W3C Recommendation since June 27,
2001. See http://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/
Here is what we have at the moment. I have included both an
MSWord document and a PDF. The PDF has change control off and the
MSWord has it on.
did not accept the changes from Rev A so both Rev A and Rev
B changes show. In my copy, Rev A changes are in Blue and Rev
B changes are in Red. In MSWord, if you put your cursor over the
change, it will say "David V Fischer" on the Rev A changes and "David
Fischer" on the Rev B changes. It would probably be appropriate,
if anyone wants to make quick comments in the next day or so, to use the
line numbers in the PDF.
don't think either of these documents is appropriate to vote
on. Arvola said he would review the schema (Appendix A) and let me
know what further changes I need to make to align with his
don't know where we are on the change control document. I have not
looked at anything since Rev A but I have made a couple of changes based
upon the conference calls and the eMail list (mostly related to Errata
locations and OPTIONAL treatment and Chris' item 229). The easiest
way to see these is to look for changes marked in red (at least it is
red on my PC).
One final thought. If we vote on this and it passes, I
would like to suggest we change the version of the last document to v1.9
and this one to v2.0.