Zero or more element information items
amongst its [children], in order as follows:
I don't think this statement contains an assertion and if this is an assertion
there are many other instances of this statement that should be added to the
The Working Group tracked this comment as CR097 . The
Working Group discovered that this constraint actually does test conditions not
testable in the schema. One can write a WSDL document that is
schema-valid, yet has the top-level items out of order and thus fails this
assertion. No change was made to the spec in response to this comment.
Similarly, components defined in an inlined XML schema are NOT automatically
referenceable within WSDL 2.0 document that imported (using wsdl:import ) the WSDL 2.0 document that inlines
the schema (see 4.2 Importing Descriptions for more
This assertion does not use the MUST NOT convention and I think is covered by
the other schema and WSDL import assertions although I think the text is still
useful in the WSDL spec.
The Working Group tracked this comment as CR099 . The
Working Group removed the assertion markup, and reworded the sentence as shown
in , see .