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Subject: RE: [wsbpel] Issue - 46 - Namespace for the document fragment representing a part
Message text written by "Ugo Corda" > What you are talking about is the case of unprefixed elements. That happens when an element is in a particular namespace, but that namespace is declared as the default namespace. Any element from that namespace still belongs to that namespace (obviously) but its QName does not need a prefix as long as that namespace is the default namespace. >>> Agreed. What we were talking about is unqualified elements. Those are elements that do not belong to any namespace, so their QName never has a prefix (regardless of what the default namespace is) simply because there is no namespace associated with them. < >>>> Agreed. The outcome appears to be the same - the XPath parser gives an error and stops in both cases. : -( DW.