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11.1 Conformance Levels
11.1.1 XForms Basic
11.1.2 XForms Full
11.2 Conformance Description
11.2.1 Conforming XForms Processors
11.2.2 Conforming XForms Documents
11.2.3 Conforming XForms Generators
The XForms specification is designed for implementation on hardware platforms of all sizes, from tiny hand-held devices to high-powered servers. Clearly, a one-size-fits-all approach has its drawbacks. For this reason, there are two conformance levels for XForms Processors, documents, and authoring tools.
This conformance level is suitable for devices with limited
computing power, such as mobile phones, hand-held computers, and appliances.
This conformance level uses a subset of XML Schema and does not
include any resource-intensive features.
Resource-limited XForms Processors may define implementation limits
on the maximum size of a
node-set returned by XPath expressions.
XForms Basic implementations should
basic" for the
All XForms Processors must support the required portions of the specifications normatively listed as references (B References).
XForms Basic Processors must implement all required features labeled Basic.
XForms Full Processors must implement all required features.
All XForms Containing Documents must conform to the required portions
of the specifications normatively listed as references (B References). XForms elements are typically inserted into a containing
document in multiple places. The root element for each individual fragment must
model, a form control, or one of
repeat. Individual XForms fragments must be schema-valid against the
Schema for XForms (A Schema for XForms).
All XForms Basic conformant Documents must conform to all required portions of this specification marked as Basic, and additionally not include any features not specifically marked as Basic.
All XForms Full conformant Documents must conform to all required portions of this specification.
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