See also: IRC log
wonders why the Agenda he sent didn't make it to the list ..
discussion of validation service
needs to accept a link
hopefully it will work from a live version of the patterns.xml / stylesheet
gcowe: now have CVS access, changed patterns and examples
jonc: had some databinding issues
around nillable, will review examples and look at tests
... sent mail on Microsoft and bare arrays: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xsd-databinding/2007Feb/0000.html
... had a similar request internally
... limitation of Siebel's modelling tool and repeated simple types
pauld: is Siebel a toolkit we'd want to add to our testsuite?
jonc: it's not a classic
databinding, but does provide a mapping
... could be difficult to get a copy, but may be able to gain access to a BT development environment
gcowe: Origo wouldn't go to these lengths as a work around, we'd get the vendor to fix the tool
pauld: it's a classic case of why we're here - a company which puts up a service maybe blissfully ignorant of product-X, but may have customers who want to use it. Even when a company has a strong relationship with a vendor, getting this kind of issue resolved in a timely fashion for an older version of a product then migrating the change into production isn't seen as being as easy as changing the schema.
pauld/jonc: this tool could be too bad for us to use as a reason to remove patterns
jonc: BT developers also talk about "efficiency" in XSLT for wrapped arrays
pauld: suspect that's the non-schema aware "perl" toolkit argument
<scribe> ACTION: jcalladi to try to gain access to a Siebel dev environment [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/02/06-databinding-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-103 - Try to gain access to a Siebel dev environment [on Jonathan Calladine - due 2007-02-13].
jonc: also been asking around about experience with maxOccurs>1 and not unbounded. No evidence it doesn't work, just not validated
pauld: see you next week