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Comments for Document: Mapping between DFDL 1.0 Infoset and XML Data Model
|Public Comment End:||6 Jul, 2011|
The value of string-value as xs:untypedAtomic.
Note: SimpleElement [datavalue] values may contain characters that are illegal in XML. This does not prevent the XDM from being created, but might cause problems to a consumer.
... is confusing. We should just flat out say: "... for example, DFDL strings can contain the character code 0 (zero) within them, but XML does not allow this character code in any XML content even if it is represented as a character entity. Nevertheless, a DFDL described string is mapped to an XDM string data value."