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Referencing each other [message #1087] Fri, 23 April 2010 10:55
Susanne Wunsch is currently offline  Susanne Wunsch
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does anyone need referencing of other subschemas?

I show a _non-valid_ example:

<infrastructure id="is" rollingstockRef="rs" timetableRef="tt"/>
<rollingstock id="rs" infrastructureRef="is" timetableRef="tt"/>
<timetable id="tt" infrastructureRef="is" rollingstockRef="rs"/>

It comes from railML 1.0, when all sub schemas were mutually independent

Now, I think all data are directly referenced.

Furthermore, there are only single subelements allowed under <railml>,
there can't be more than one <infrastructure>, <rollingstock> and
<timetable> element at all.

If nobody disagrees, I would remove the *Ref attributes effective from
next major version release (it's not a downward-compatible change).

Kind regards,

Susanne Wunsch
Schema Coordinator: railML.common
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