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Subject: keyXMLContent Versus embeddedXMLContent

I must admit, I am confused as why we need the <keyXMLContent> element
since all the elements will be repeated in the <embeddedXMLContent>?

The DE does not define which elements (since it can't) that are  

You then need to ask, if two systems agree to put <aaa:foo> element  
in the <keyXMLContent>
element, then what benefit is there to just saying that the <aaa:foo>  
element is in the
<embeddedXMLContent> element (which it always will be)...The  
processor will still need to read
and validate all elements.

Alternatively, if one system puts  <aaa:foo> element in the  
<keyXMLContent> element
(and nobody else understands this) then what are recipient systems  
supposed to do with that "key" element?

(I am assuming the DE is not supposed to make any assumptions on the  

Any enlightenments?

Cheers...  Renato Iannella
National ICT Australia (NICTA)

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