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Subject: Two namespace URI strings for "ccts:" prefix in schema fragments

I note that in our common schema fragments we 
have the same "ccts:" prefix used with two different URI strings:

Example from UnqualifiedDataTypeSchemaModule-2.xsd:

        <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">

Example from UBL-SpecializedDataTypes-2.xsd:


I am not able to justify in my student handouts 
why we have two different documentation namespace 
URI strings where we've used the same namespace prefix.

This isn't necessarily an error, because prefixes 
in different documents can have different 
namespace URI strings ... but I cannot explain 
the difference or why we would break our 
consistency of unique prefixes for each namespace 
URI string across all UBL documents.

Is this an error in our use of namespace URI 
strings or just an oversight in the choice of 
namespace prefixes?  Either way this is just 
documentary and won't change the validation of 
UBL instances, but I do think we should be consistent.

Thanks for any input anyone has on this.

. . . . . . . . . Ken

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