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Subject: RE: [emergency] valueListURN

It's an interesting problem, though. I would be curious to see a 
heuristic analysis. I have a boatload of these kinds of choices and I 
have been meaning to get methodical about looking at them for ages 
now. (Chronic postponement is also due for heuristic analysis.)

I use huge bloated graphics programs, especially 3D packages and 
video packages, of which I am inordinately fond, but they have big 
classpath and dll hiccups (especially with anti-virus programs) for 
which, over the years I have resorted different regexs if not 
outright different OS versions. Plus new versions of Java have always 
been big tradeoffs in terms of developing personal systems. However, 
whenever I have attempted to get whole systems synchronized, I always 
go back to just building compatible sets and rebooting whenever I 
need one that doesn't work with the current config on the box on 
which I happen to be working. I keep promising myself that "Someday 
I'm gonna get this right..." but it hasn't happened yet. OTOH I have 
developed a cross-platform, cross-OS, cross-Language philosophy which 
has ended up deciding for me that just being adaptable is the best 
path for me. However, I do curse under my breath a lot.


At 8:28 AM -0500 6/10/05, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
>You could use a regex or separate them by element name. 
>The latter simplfies the validation as to container
>but it does nothing with regards to the actual content
>unless you microparse (the regex).  Actually, given
>any use of a typed text node where the text node
>value tells you the type, you always have to resort
>to microparsing for safe validation.  It isn't that tricky.
>From: Art Botterell [mailto:acb@incident.com]
>On Jun 9, 2005, at 7:44 PM, Renato Iannella wrote:
>>  Since a URN is part of the URI family, then we could have one element
>>  that covers booth cases:
>Except that the valueListName (the URN) needs to be mandatory while 
>the valueListLocation (the URI) would be optional.  Not sure how to 
>enforce that if they share an element.
>It's sort of like the dual use of <uri> in <resource>... relying on 
>the particular data value to inform the semantics seems like it may 
>be unnecessarily tricky.
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