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From "Barnett, James" <>
Subject RE: [scxml] schema problem within <assign> node
Date Wed, 03 May 2006 16:19:14 GMT
We will be publishing the schema as a URL when we reach last call
working draft, but we don't know when that's going to be.  We're
planning to release another working draft this summer, but haven't made
any firm plans beyond that. 

- Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: Nestor Urquiza [] 
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 12:10 PM
To: Barnett, James
Cc: Jakarta Commons Users List
Subject: RE: [scxml] schema problem within <assign> node

Thanks Jim,

That was exactly my assumption while we were
discussing the commons-scxml implementation in java
for the scxml draft.

Just a question about the schema. When do you think it
will be published in a w3c url? Recently I have notice
that urls that were working before are no longer
working like the one that specified the DTD for XSLT

Thanks a lot for your help,

--- "Barnett, James" <> wrote:

> The current version of  the spec uses the attribute
> 'location' to
> generalize
> the concept of 'name'.  The idea is that a location
> is designated by
> some sort of path expression, and a simple variable
> can be viewed
> as a degenerate path consisting of only one link. 
> So to assign to a 
> variable named 'foo', write <assign location="foo"
> ...>.
> However, we warn that the datamodel is the least
> stable part of the
> specification and may change significantly in future
> drafts.  
> - Jim
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [] On
> Behalf Of Nestor Urquiza
> Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 11:19 PM
> To:
> Subject: [scxml] schema problem within <assign> node
> Hello guys,
> I have noticed the scxml schema is not accepting
> @name
> as a valid attribute within the <assign> node. 
> The current schema is just concentrating in the
> datamodel part forgetting about the fact that
> <assign>
> node can be used to just modify a local variable and
> then @name is a valid attribute as well.
> Am I missing something? Thanks a lot!,
> Nestor
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