Draft for review: ISO 8601 date work on IS 29500

Chris Rae Chris.Rae at microsoft.com
Fri Jul 23 00:52:28 CEST 2010

Hello Murata-san: I am not talking about @v in CT_String - I'm talking about @v in CT_Cell (which is of type ST_Xstring, which is a restriction of xsd:string).


-----Original Message-----
From: MURATA Makoto (FAMILY Given) [mailto:eb2m-mrt at asahi-net.or.jp] 
Sent: 22 July 2010 15:43
To: e-SC34-WG4 at ecma-international.org
Subject: Re: Draft for review: ISO 8601 date work on IS 29500

> Hi Rick - we do need to resort to xs:String, because the cell value 
>can also actually be a string. I wasn't very clear at the beginning of 
>this thread, but the cell type is denoted by its v attribute, which can be one of:

Are you talking about @v in CT_String in sml.xsd?  In which element is the cel value is stored?

> b (Boolean): Cell containing a boolean.
> d (Date): Cell contains a date in the ISO 8601 format.
> e (Error): Cell containing an error.
> inlineStr (Inline String): Cell containing an (inline) rich string n 
> (Number): Cell containing a number.
> s (Shared String): Cell containing a shared string.
> str (String): Cell containing a formula string.

I would like to exactly capture this constraint in RNG.


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