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org.apache.daffodil.users [All Lists]

2019 June [All Months]

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Re: For loop or while loop - Steve Lawrence
Re: Best Practice: dynamically compute initiator/terminator or choice with initiatedContent="yes"? - Beckerle, Mike
Unparsing outputs a DFDL entity ... is that a bug? - Costello, Roger L.
Re: Got a good use case for dfdl:choiceLengthKind? - Steve Lawrence
DFDL versus ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) - Costello, Roger L.
Re: DFDL versus ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) - Beckerle, Mike
Got a good use case for dfdl:choiceLengthKind? - Costello, Roger L.
Re: Got a good use case for dfdl:choiceLengthKind? - Beckerle, Mike
Re: A choiceBranchKey that specifies multiple value? - Steve Lawrence
Re: A choiceBranchKey that specifies multiple value? - Steve Lawrence
Re: A choiceBranchKey that specifies multiple value? - Steve Lawrence
Re: The second choice branch is never used ... why is that? - Steve Lawrence
The second choice branch is never used ... why is that? - Costello, Roger L.
Re: No error message with this erroneous DFDL property ... dfdl:engthUnits="bytes" - Steve Lawrence
How to declare an element of type xs:unsignedInt, restricted to one to five digit characters? - Costello, Roger L.
No error message with this erroneous DFDL property ... dfdl:engthUnits="bytes" - Costello, Roger L.
Re: How to declare an element of type xs:unsignedInt, restricted to one to five digit characters? - Sloane, Brandon
Re: What is the proper way to describe in DFDL an input field that holds a boolean value? - Sloane, Brandon
Re: dfdl:textNumberPattern="####" is redundant when there is type="xs:int" and dfdl:length="4", right? - Steve Lawrence
dfdl:textNumberPattern="####" is redundant when there is type="xs:int" and dfdl:length="4", right? - Costello, Roger L.
Re: dfdl:textNumberPattern="####" is redundant when there is type="xs:int" and dfdl:length="4", right? - Beckerle, Mike
Re: Enlightenment about textual representations of numbers - Beckerle, Mike
Re: 0,100 --> parse --> 100 --> 100ff ... Huh? - Steve Lawrence
Re: 0,100 --> parse --> 100 --> unparse --> 100ff ... Huh? - Steve Lawrence
0,100 --> parse --> 100 --> 100ff ... Huh? - Costello, Roger L.

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