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Subject: RE: [ubl] Minor Versioning Example (was [ubl] Minutes of Atlanti cUBL TC c all2 November 2005)
The schemas validate at the NIST XML Schema and Instance Validation Web Services site (http://syseng.nist.gov/b2bTestbed/projects/xmlvalidation/schema_validation.html) which utilizes the Xerces, Jing and MSV parsers. The instances also validate in Arbortext Epic Editor 5.1. Although this will not be a tool used by UBL implementers, I have found in the past that it is a good barometer of what is supported by mainstream XML applications. -----Original Message----- From: Grimley Michael J NPRI Sent: Friday, 04 November 2005 1213 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: RE: [ubl] Minor Versioning Example (was [ubl] Minutes of Atlantic UBL TC c all2 November 2005) > How do other tools and validators cope with it? > Does it have the same tool support to visualise an 'audit trail' (such as to show where a complexType is derived from another with a name change)? I will try it out with other tools as soon as I can (which may not be for a while). Hopefully some of our other members can give it a try... > Does it force the use of the same namespace for minor versions? Yes; that is why it can't be used by customizers.