The @ana attribute is in att.global.analytic. I'm assuming you
haven't accidentally deleted this class in your ODD? Or, in
changing something in att.global have you used mode="replace"
rather than mode="change" for the class as a whole? Is @resp,
@cert, and @rend available globally? Just thinking off the top of
my head that that might have done it.
The recent change that might get some people is the addition of
att.global.responsibility (for @cert and @resp). Or the fact that
@rend has moved to att.global.rendition (with @rendition) from
att.global. I had an error with the latter recently complaining
of two definitions of rend because my ODD modified it on
att.global (where it no longer was) but included
att.global.rendition by default. (oops).
Don't know if any of that would help, but just in case.
On 11/08/15 18:12, Hayim Lapin wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am working on an ODD producing (for now) relax ng with
> embedded schematron instructions.
> I seem to have accidentally disallowed the attribute @ana for
> all elements everywhere and I can't figure out how.
> There are people I can ask to look at the actual schema docs
> but before I do, I thought I would ask whether there is an
> obvious place I should be looking at where I might have done this.
> Many thanks,
Dr James Cummings, [log in to unmask]
Academic IT Services, University of Oxford