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I'd like to represent an XML document with namespaces in SXML, using
the special "*NAMESPACES*" node and without namespaces shortcuts.
As I understand, according to SXML specification
<doc xmlns='my-ns1' xmlns:ns2='my-ns2'>
<ns3:in a='b' xmlns:ns3='my-ns3' />
represented in SXML as follows:
(@ (@ (*NAMESPACES*
(@ (*NAMESPACES* (my-ns3 "my-ns3")))
But when I looked at links provided by the specification
I found an alternative representation which uses the administrative
So I have a question now. What is the preferred way to specify
Oleg A. Paraschenko wrote:
> But when I looked at links provided by the specification
> I found an alternative representation which uses the administrative
> node "@@".
The administrative node @@ existed in the previous version of SXML:
please see the very end of the SXML 3.0 specification. After a long
discussion, it was decided that the single administrative node @ will
be sufficient. So, the currently preferred was of specifying
NAMESPACES is within the `@' node inside the attribute (`@') node.