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Subject: RE: [wss] Critical ISSUE (RE: [wss-comment] Enumerations of QName faultcodes)

Maybe Gudge would treat us to an example?


Christopher Ferris
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Rich Salz <rsalz@datapower.com> wrote on 01/30/2004 05:54:47 PM:

> > It's not a question of whether we use Qnames or URIs. SOAP forces us 
> > use Qnames. The problem is that it's *very* *very* bad to apply an
> > "enumeration" restriction to a Qname in element or attribute content,
> > and the WSS .xsd does exactly that.
> Gudge has this trick he showed off at the WS-I face to face yesterday,
> he calls it "open enumeration."
> Make the item in question be a union of string/enumeration and qname.
>    /r$
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