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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13230] - Axis does not validate bad hrefs
Date Fri, 01 Nov 2002 20:45:53 GMT
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Axis does not validate bad hrefs





------- Additional Comments From chrisw@wolfram.com  2002-11-01 20:45 -------
I came across a Web Service the other day that converted html to xml.  Some of 
the html elements obviously contained href attributes.  What do you do for 
these elements?  Is there a way to distinguish between the attibute used in 
SOAP encoding and the one used in HTML?  Can you use href's anywhere in a SOAP 
message or are they restricted in some way?  This service would obviously fail, 
if there was no way to distinguish between the two uses.  Anyway just a 
question.  I was wondering what the proper behavior was and thought I would 
bring it up before you fix it.

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