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Subject: AW: [uddi-spec] uddi 3.1 problem (fwd)


Good catch!

While the use of the final attribute was intentional, it was obviously used erroneously in the replication schema.
Note that all other UDDI schemas use global, named complex types, which seems to be the approach we should also use for the replication schema.



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Von: Paul Thorpe [mailto:thorpe@oss.com] 
Gesendet: Freitag, 30. Juli 2004 00:50
An: uddi-spec@lists.oasis-open.org
Betreff: [uddi-spec] uddi 3.1 problem (fwd)


I am not sure how to create a "defect report" agains the UDDI version 3.1
specification, so I am forwarding the problem to you here.  Please let me
know if there is something else I need to do.

I have attached a corrected version of uddi_v3replication.xsd, in which
I have removed all occurrences of 'final' attribute for local complex types:

        <element name="changeRecord">
                <complexType final="restriction">

changed to

        <element name="changeRecord">

because local complex types cannot have this attribute according to Schema
for Schemas (see '>>>' below):

 <xs:complexType name="localComplexType">
   <xs:restriction base="xs:complexType">
     <xs:element ref="xs:annotation" minOccurs="0"/>
     <xs:group ref="xs:complexTypeModel"/>
    <xs:attribute name="name" use="prohibited"/>
    <xs:attribute name="abstract" use="prohibited"/>
>>>    <xs:attribute name="final" use="prohibited"/>
    <xs:attribute name="block" use="prohibited"/>

I could not find any text about this restriction in W3C Schema standard but
it looks logical (one anyway cannot extend or restrict a local unnamed
complex type because it cannot be referenced by name, so 'final' doesn't
change anything), and the fact that Schema for Schemas forbids it should
be enough because it is normative.

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