You should be able to define them as xs:string, in which case white
space is retained. Well, in theory, anyway.
On Fri, 2004-01-23 at 04:59, Andrew E Switala wrote:
> Technical problem: attribute value normalization. Runs of whitespace
> inside a string are collapsed into a single space, and leading and
> trailing spaces are truncated. In your first example, by the time the
> attribute value reaches your application it would be "The" not "The ".
> You *might* be able to make it work with