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Order Of Processing of web-fragments

Mahtab Alam
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In web.xml we haven`t specified any <absolute-ordering>.

Document <no id>:
<after><others/></after>
<before><name>C</name></before>

Document B:
<before><others/></before>

Document C: no ordering

Document D:
<after><others/></after>

Document E:
<before><others/></before>

Document F: no ordering

So for first position we have a tie between Document B and E .
Document C and F don`t specify any ordering.
Document D and <no-id> says process me last but Document <no-id> also specifies that process me before document C.

So at first position we can have either B or E.
Document <no-id> can not be processed at last.

I want to know whether the order B,E,<no-id>,C,F,D is possible or not.
It looks to be a possible order of processing as it satisfies all <ordering> constraints.


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