Thu Apr 28 23:08:00 NZST 2005
Joseph Gibbs wrote:
> I'm writing an XML schema for a uni assingment. I have this thing pretty much
> down, except for one thing. I'm referring to this document entitled "Global
> versus local" (http://www.xfront.com/GlobalVersusLocal.html). According to
> that document, and for my requirements, I can take two approaches to this. I
> can write things in a "Salami Slice Design" or a "Venetian Blind Design".
There are some excellent working examples at:
An "instance document" is a document which conforms to the schema
(or which uses the schema).
Stuart Yeates stuart.yeates@c...
OSS Watch http://www.oss-watch.ac.uk/
Oxford Text Archive http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/
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