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while declaring XML NameSpace we are using URI which looks like "http:\\www.w3.org\2001\XMLSchema"
My question is why should we use Http formate even though it is not hooking in to that address. Why cant we use the formate like company_name/project_name/etc...(company name & project will be unique always...so i hope we can use it)
ofcourse,i know http formate is specified by w3 community,but still i hope there might be a strong reason behind using Http formate(insted of ordinary package name)over other naming convention...can any one of you explain the significance of using Http formate in XML nameSpace
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with regards, Harish.T
Couple of reasons for using URL format for namespace
- URL is well known format - Standard - More importantly it's guaranteed to be unique. - Language independent (Java isn't only language suppose to work on XML) - Easy to associate with companies Web URL and avoid naming conflicts