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Subject: RE: [wss] Proposed text on C14N

xsi:type is used frequently in doc/literal:  you must write it out any
time you use a subtype in place of the type identified by the schema. 
further, its not uncommon for impls to write out xsi:type for all
elements, as an added measure of safety.  

the reason the c14n question came up in the interop (as I recall) was
that some impls were writing out xsi:type, and all we were doing was
Ping -- if that's any indication.


On Fri, 2003-08-29 at 15:27, Rich Salz wrote:
> Is xsi:type used in doc/literal very much?
> It's practically required in RPC encoded SOAP, but since WS-I killed
> that, I'm curious how common xsi:type will be.
> 	/r$
> --
> Rich Salz                  Chief Security Architect
> DataPower Technology       http://www.datapower.com
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Peter Dapkus <pdapkus@bea.com>

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