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[log in to unmask] said:
] Since neither Xpointer or Name expand to the empty string, the URI
] "http://www/toto/titi-fr.xml#" would presumably cause an error to be
] reported by a conformant XLink processing system.
 
Yes, you are right.
 
[log in to unmask] said:
] So, this would be valid:
] <linkGrp xlink:base="http://www/toto/titi-fr.xml">
] <xptr id="x1" xlink:from="#id(d1p1s1)">
] <xptr id="x2" xlink:from="#id(d1p1s2)">
 
This is valid but a problem is still remaining. If u have a reference to
an internal element using its ID u can not make the difference between
the local (internal) document and the external one.
 
So in the case i have to make a reference to an external element, i
would use xlink:from="#id(d1p1s1)" which could mean 'look for the
element d1p1s1 within the xlink:base URL' if it exists otherwise look
for the element within the containing resource.
 
And i would use the standard 'id(d1p1s1)' (without the #) and its
official meaning that is to say 'look for the element exclusively within
the containing resource'.
 
Does it make sense ? ...
 
Pat.
 
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