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From Claude Warren <cla...@xenei.com>
Subject namespaces in XML configurations
Date Sat, 19 Nov 2016 23:52:04 GMT
I am attempting to use configuration2 for the first time and have run into
what I think is a bug.

{noformat}
<h:html xmlns:xdc="http://www.xml.com/books"
        xmlns:h="http://www.w3.org/HTML/1998/html4"
        xmlns:x='http://xenei.org'>
 <h:head><h:title>Book Review</h:title></h:head>
 <h:body>
  <xdc:bookreview>
   <x:yoo>hoo</x:yoo>
   <xdc:title>XML: A Primer</xdc:title>
   <h:table>
    <h:tr align="center">
     <h:td>Author</h:td><h:td>Price</h:td>
     <h:td>Pages</h:td><h:td>Date</h:td></h:tr>
    <h:tr align="left">
     <h:td><xdc:author>Simon St. Laurent</xdc:author></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:price>31.98</xdc:price></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:pages>352</xdc:pages></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:date>1998/01</xdc:date></h:td>
    </h:tr>
   </h:table>
  </xdc:bookreview>
 </h:body>
</h:html>
{noformat}

will parse but

{noformat}
<h:html xmlns:xdc="http://www.xml.com/books"
        xmlns:h="http://www.w3.org/HTML/1998/html4">
 <h:head xmlns:x='http://xenei.org'><h:title>Book Review</h:title></h:head>
 <h:body>
  <xdc:bookreview>
   <x:yoo>hoo</x:yoo>
   <xdc:title>XML: A Primer</xdc:title>
   <h:table>
    <h:tr align="center">
     <h:td>Author</h:td><h:td>Price</h:td>
     <h:td>Pages</h:td><h:td>Date</h:td></h:tr>
    <h:tr align="left">
     <h:td><xdc:author>Simon St. Laurent</xdc:author></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:price>31.98</xdc:price></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:pages>352</xdc:pages></h:td>
     <h:td><xdc:date>1998/01</xdc:date></h:td>
    </h:tr>
   </h:table>
  </xdc:bookreview>
 </h:body>
</h:html>
{noformat}

will not.

Note the only difference is  that the namespace for "x" is not declared on
the first element.  Is this a bug or intended?

Claude


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