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Subject: Re: Updated schemas from gefeg

Hello UBL TC,

I have installed the revised schemas described below in the build
image at


and performed a link check and a quick validation check of the
example instances.

Since this revision simply updates the GEFEG generator to align
with the spreadsheets already included in the package and appears
to leave the schemas functionally unchanged except for correcting
a documentation bug I introduced in the last round of manual
edits, I think that its inclusion can be considered to fall within
the "editorial changes" allowed by the current CD ballot.  If
anyone disagrees with this interpretation, please let me know as
soon as possible.  Otherwise, I will include the regenerated
schemas in the editorial revisions (not made yet) needed to
publish 1.0 as a CD.


   From: "David Kruppke" <dill2@gefeg.com>
   Cc: <ubl@lists.oasis-open.org>, "Michael Dill" <dill@gefeg.com>
   Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 14:38:05 +0200


   thank you for updating me.

   I implemented the following changes in our schema generator:

   - "specialised" into "specialized"

   - "contextualisation" into "contextualization"

   - Document Type "CommonBasicComponents" in
   "UBL-CommonBasicComponents-1.0.xsd" instead of "CommentAggregatComponents"

   - root element annotation/documentation inserted

   - EDIFIX is know able to create 2 kinds of schemas: full and stripped (no


   I compared our output to the schemas in
   http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/6521/wd-UBL-1.0.zip and I
   found a bug in these files:

   The handmade root element annotation/documentation is in all maindocs at the
   wrong place. It should be at the root element, but it is at the type for the
   root element.

   Please find 2 archives in the attachement. "final.zip" contains the full
   schemas, "final_runtime.zip" contains the stripped ones.

   Actually GEFEGs stripped schemas are a little bit nicer than the originals,
   because they use the short form for empty elements ("<xsd:element ref"..."
   \> instead of "<xsd:element ref"..." ></xsd:element>") and for enumerations.

   Best regards


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